Are you interested in increasing the plant diversity and quality of your pasture, and possibly increasing the number of cows per acre that you can graze? Rotational grazing could be the answer that you have been looking for! The Lincoln County SWCD and NRCS in cooperation with University of Missouri Extension are holding grazing school Tuesday Sept 29th -Thursday Oct 1st at the University of Missouri Extension building, 107 West Walton, Warrenton, MO. The cost of the two day school is $95 per person (guests are additional $45). This fee covers the cost of a speaker and lunch for 3 days. Other speakers and materials are provided through a NRCS grant. Please register by Sept 18th. This event is sponsored by the NRCS, Lincoln County SWCD, and University of Missouri Extension. This school is limited to the first 25 paid participants and is an approved school for the DSP-3 cost share practice.
If you are sick or are showing signs of illness, please don’t attend. Masks will be required and Social Distancing will be observed. If you are interested in receiving more information contact the Lincoln County SWCD office at 636-528-4877 ext.3. If you need an accommodation to participate in this activity or event, please contact Tammy Teeter at 573.564.3715 ext 3, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org by Sept 8, 2020. The USDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Provider and Lender.