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Linger Grazing- Brussels, Ontario

By   /  March 16, 2020  /    /  No Comments

Gearing up for another great Grazing Meeting. This years topic is Linger Grazing with Troy Bishopp, The Grass Whisperer! Troy is a well seasoned Grass Farmer from New York and a conservation professional at Madison County. The meeting will be held March 16, 2020 at BM&G Community Centre in Brussels, Ontario.  Hosted by Brussels Agri […]

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Grazing Scholars Webinar

By   /  May 29, 2019  /    /  No Comments

ORGANIZING GOOD GRAZING PLANS FROM THE OUTSET Please join us for our first co-hosted Grazing Scholars webinar in a series from Gallagher & Maia Grazing. There is a lot to consider when devising a good grazing plan and it can be overwhelming when thinking about what components and considerations must be accounted for. It’s not likely you and […]

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Equestrian Pasture Management

By   /  November 2, 2018  /    /  No Comments

The event focuses on rotational grazing, forage optimization, pest / weed management, waste management and soil health. Register by calling 828.488.3848 or email melissa_vaughn@ncsu.edu. In addition to local soil and water conservation districts, project supporters and partners include NC Agriculture Development and Farmland Preservation Trust Fund, Golden LEAF Foundation, NC Cattlemen’s Association, NC Horse Council, NCSU’s […]

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11th Eastern Native Grass Symposium

By   /  September 17, 2018  /    /  No Comments

The 2018 event will feature the latest information from renowned presenters and exhibitors, best management practices and field tours showcasing the progressive use of native grasses and forbs in a host of diverse applications. It all takes place at Erie’s beautiful Bayfront Convention Center on the shores of Lake Erie.

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The Eastern Red Cedar Story: Management and Markets for Red Cedar Trees

By   /  June 26, 2018  /    /  No Comments

Red Cedar Tree Management and Markets Workshop and Tour If you have Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) trees in your landscape you may have noticed seedlings growing in areas where you did not plant them.  Eastern red cedar is native to much of the U.S. and can offer protection and food for wildlife.  Birds and […]

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