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Grazing & Soil Health Workshop

This article was added Sep 27, 2022 1:43 PM

We would like to thank everyone who attended the Grazing & Soil Health Workshop on September 09, 2022.

The West Interlake Watershed is thankful for the knowledgeable landowners who offered up their time to share their beneficial practices with all in attendance.

Thank you to the professionals who were able to speak at the workshop and offer insight to their role in grazing & soil health management practices.

We hope to schedule a similar workshop in the future, and see you all there.

 

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