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Are you interested in enhancing your land’s habitat value for wildlife such as pollinators? Reducing wind-stress on your crops, livestock, or farm-site? Trapping snow where you want it to be trapped? Making your land more resilient to flooding and droughts?
If you missed the June 20th Eco-buffer & Shelterbelt workshop, don’t fret. On September 18, Luke Wonneck with the Agroforestry Woodlot Extension Society (AWES) will again be joining Red Deer County to host a 2nd Eco-buffer & Shelterbelt workshop aimed at helping participants put their own designs together, create a site prep plan and a customized management plan specifically for them. A short recap of the last workshop will also be given.
Available resources and funding opportunities to help with establishing Eco-Buffers and shelterbelts will also be discussed and you will leave with your own plan of action for your eco-buffer or shelterbelt!
When & Where:
Please call Red Deer County’s Agriculture Services at 403.342.8654 with any questions, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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