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Land Stewardship
Tapping into Water to Engage Citizens, Conserve...
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Mineral Area College-Rice Hall
5270 Flat River Drive
Park Hills, MO 63601
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Topics covered will help you understand what you can do as the landowner to enhance farm stewardship, increase wildlife habitat on Ag. Lands, and work with your lessee to make your farm more productive.
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“Tapping into Water to Engage Citizens, Conserve Resources, and Sustain Wildlife” Water is the one necessary resource that we all depend on for life and survival. Dependence on clean water is one of the few commonalities we all share. Conserving and protecting our natural resource is essential to protecting natures future and ours. This workshop will go into some of the common stressors we see on our streams in Missouri and will discuss opportunities for all citizens to help protect and advocate for the protection and conservation of our streams. It will also give a very broad overview about stream function and dynamics. Julie Norris

Cancellation Policies:

You must cancel your registration before Tuesday, February 25, 2020.

Age Policy:

This event is open to all ages.