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Plant ID the Cowboy Way - 2016 Plant ID for Soil Health Training Sessions Scheduled

Tue, 26 Jul 2016 16:32:43 CDT

Plant ID the Cowboy Way - 2016 Plant ID for Soil Health Training Sessions Scheduled Plant ID for Soil Health trainings continue on rangeland and prairie across the state. Some dates have changed, see below for the most recent schedule. Come and learn "cowboy ID," a practical way to recognize and remember plants. The training will cover how and why certain plants are beneficial and how plants work together to form ecosystems. What do plants have to do with soil health? Come and find out! To register call a number below for a location near you. FREE!




Plant ID the 'Cowboy Way'



Spend the day learning:

- To identify native plants
- How plants work together
- Beneficial plants for livestock
- Prairie ecosystem dynamics



Must be registered to attend

Lunch is NOT provided
(Please bring a sack lunch. Water and ice will be available.)


Dates & Locations Include:


July 27 - Kenton, OK
Black Mesa State Park
register at Cimarron Co. CD 580-544-3048

July 29 - Beaver, OK
regsiter at Beaver Co. CD 580-625-3302 x-101

August 23 - El Reno, OK
register OK Conservation Comm. 405-522-4833

August 24 - Lawton, OK
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
register at Comanche Co. CD 580-353-1564 x-3

September 29 - Bristow, OK
register at Creek Co. CD 918-367-1012 x-101

September 30 - Wilburton, OK
register at Latimer Co. CD 918-465-2181 x-3

October 18 - Nowata, OK
register at Nowata Co. CD 918-273-1100

October 19 - Pawhuska, OK
Tall Grass prairie Preserve
register at Osage Co CD 918-287-3290



   

 

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