Attention all livestock producers…an educational tour is being held and there are still openings available. Beltrami Soil and Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service and Giziibii Resource Conservation and Development Association are joining together to host a tour of local grazing systems in Beltrami County. The tour will include several sites with rotational grazing systems that are in varying stages of completion (starting construction to 8+ years of established grazing management). Information on maximizing forage production through proper grazing will be discussed.
Tour will be held on August 24th from 9 am to 4 pm. Participants will travel by motor coach from Tenstrike Community Church to sites in the Blackduck area. Lunch is included in the cost of registration.
Participants will learn techniques, sources for supplies, recommendations for quick success and a brief overview of local and federal resources available to help. Pre-registration is required and must be completed by noon, August 17th. Space is limited so do not wait! Fee to attend is only $10.00 to cover expenses.
To register, contact the Beltrami SWCD at 218-333-4158.
This environmental learning opportunity is brought in partnership with Enbridge through an Ecofootprint grant funded to Giziibii RC&D. Giziibii RC&D is a nonprofit organization serving the counties of Beltrami, Lake of the Woods and Mahnomen.