Livestock distribution and grazing, planting trees for livestock shelters or living snow fences and tree pests are among topics at free workshops this month in Pinedale.
Sessions are 6-8 p.m. at the Sublette County Weed and Pest District office at 12 S. Bench Rd., said Windy Kelley, UW Extension educator.
The schedule is:
Wednesday, Feb. 13 – Livestock distribution and grazing system options, season of use, how to determine appropriate stocking rate for a property: Eric Peterson, Sublette County Conservation District (SCCD) district manager.
Tuesday, Feb. 26 – How to plant trees to create a livestock shelter or living snow fence, mitigating soil erosion, tree pests and optimal tree care. Participants will design their own living snow fences and ask questions throughout the process: Sno Ann Engler, SCCD office manager, Brook Lee, assistant district forester, Wyoming State Forestry Division.
Tuesday, March 12 – Chickens
Tuesday, April 9 – Water-wise gardening
Tuesday, April 23 – Hoop houses
Tuesday, May 7 – Weeds
The Sublette County UW Extension office, Sublette County Weed and Pest District, and SCCD are sponsoring the workshops.
For more information, contact Kelley at email@example.com or 307-367-4380.