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Agriculture Learning Symposium on Invasive Weed Management

By   /  November 21, 2019  /    /  No Comments

The 2019 Agricultural Learning Symposium on Invasive Weed Management incorporates a number of speakers and presentations into one event. The symposium is intended to be an experiential learning event for folks in the agriculture community. Participants will hear from industry experts and learn about innovations, opportunities, and challenges that are emerging in this rapidly changing industry. The gathering will […]

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Living in the Landscape – Fundraiser Banquet

By   /  February 7, 2018  /    /  No Comments

“Living in the Landscape…” Join us for an evening celebration of prairie stewardship! Keynote Speaker: Sharon Butala, Best-Selling Canadian Author February 7, 2018 at the Saskatoon Inn.   All proceeds go to support Prairie Conservation Action Plan’s environmental education programs for youth in Saskatchewan. Tickets: $60 and includes buffet supper, cocktail hour, trade show, poster […]

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6th Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop

By   /  February 7, 2018  /    /  No Comments

February 7-8, 2018 Plenary Sessions, Break-out Sessions, Case Studies, Trade Show, Poster Session and More! Topics include: Species at Risk, Climate Change, Range Health, Grazing, Restoration/Reclamation, Wetland Restoration, Soil Remediation, and partnerships! At the Saskatoon Inn, in Saskatoon, SK More information: 306-352-0472, pcap@sasktel.net or www.pcap-sk.org

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No Harm to Soils When Cattle Graze Cover Crops

By   /  December 7, 2015  /  Forage, Pasture Health, Soil  /  Comments Off on No Harm to Soils When Cattle Graze Cover Crops

Editors Note: This comes to us from Dennis O’Brien and the Agriculture Research Service. It was orignally published in the February 2015 issue Agricultural Research magazine. For years, some growers in the Southeast have used cover crops to reduce soil erosion, boost organic matter, and keep more moisture in soil. Combined with no-till production, cover […]

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An Old Forage Makes A Come Back

By   /  November 2, 2015  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  2 Comments

A forgotten meadow fescue brought to the United States in the 1800s could be making a comeback thanks to the ARS and a Wisconsin farmer. High value without the toxic effects of other fescues, this could be just what you are looking for.

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