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255 West Deloney
Box 1708
Jackson, WY 83001-1708
(307) 733-3087

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Join UW Extension's Glenn Owings for an education opportunity focused on rangelands and local agriculture---with a ranch tour at Snake River Ranch.
Topics to be covered:
-Rangeland ecosystems
-Basics of ranch operation in Wyoming
-Ranching culture and landscape values
When: Saturday August 4th, 10am-12pm
-10am-11am: Presentation at Teton County 4H/Extension Office
-11:15am-12pm: Field Tour of Snake River Ranch
Where: Teton County 4H/Extension Office, 255 W. Deloney,
Jackson WY, 83001
Who: Anyone; there is no age limit, though minors will need to be with an
adult. There will be some walking involved with the ranch tour.
Cost: No cost to attend, but registration is required. Please contact Glenn Owings at gowings@uwyo.edu or call 307-367-4380 to register. There will be a limit of 30 participants.
Note: The event will go on rain or shine. Transportation from the classroom to the ranch is not provided, please carpool if possible.
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Cheatgrass update
Resource experts from Sublette County Weed and Pest and the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University are speakers at the cheatgrass education and research update in Pinedale Tuesday, April 3.
The free session is 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the district’s office at 12 S. Bench Rd.,
The meeting is open to anyone interested in learning more about local cheatgrass control efforts and emerging research, he said.
Speakers are:
* Julie Kraft, Sublette County Weed and Pest
* Clay Wood, University of Wyoming
* Dan Tekiela, UW Extension
* Shannon Clark, Colorado State University
Lunch is free for those who RSVP by March 29, but no RSVP is required if not attending lunch. RSVP to Glenn Owings, UW Extension Range Specialist at gowings@uwyo.edu or call 307-367-4380.
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