Educational Series: Helping families conserve nature on their land | Environment
Do you enjoy nature? Do you want to develop or enhance wildlife habitat on your property? Are you dissatisfied with your current land management? Purdue University Extension is offering a new program in which you will learn about techniques, practices and assistance for developing and enhancing forests, landscapes, ponds and other natural resources on your land.
The program will be held on Wednesday evenings, March 6- April 24 from 6:00-9:00 pm at the Warrick County Fairgrounds. Topics include:
March 6 Introduction to Natural Resources Management on Small Acreages, and Assessing Natural Resources Potential
March 13 Alternative yard Practices
March 20 Trees and Forest Management
March 27 Wildlife Habitat Management
April 3 Small Farm Sustainable Planning
April 10 Pond Establishment and Management
April 17 Wildlife Damage Management
April 24 Invasive Species Management, and
Enjoying Your Property
One field tour will also be scheduled at a separate date/time after classes begin
Registration fee is $50 per person (after February 25th cost will be $65 per person). For more information call Amanda Mosiman at 812-897-6100.
To register, call the Extension Office or visit: www3.ag.purdue.edu/counties/warrick and click on the registration form.
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