Coffee with a Forester with Nebraska Forest Service Foresters Amy Seiler and Rachel Allison.
Wednesday, September 16, from 10 – noon in the Extension Office meeting room.
It seems like the last few years have been especially hard on trees. Rachel will talk about how environmental factors can stress trees and lead to decline. She will cover the steps you can take to improve the health of your trees.
Amy will cover tree planting. She will talk about problems caused by improper planting and demonstrate the correct way to plant your new trees.
This is a great opportunity. We don’t get to do workshops like this very often, so I really hope you take advantage of having two experienced community foresters in town. They plan to leave plenty of time to answer your questions.
Range Beef Cow Symposium
November 16-19 at the Larimer County Fairgrounds in Loveland, Colorado
You’ve heard me say before, this symposium is one of ranchers best educational opportunities anywhere. This year’s program looks to be now exception, with over 30 talks on topics ranging from reproduction to consumers and everything in between.
As always, the program includes evening Bull Pen Sessions where speakers and participants alike can cuss and discuss the day’s topics. The event is topped off by one of the best rancher oriented vendor tradeshows around.
I can get you a registration form or you can download one at rangebeefcow.com. Hopefully they will have the online registration system going soon.
As always, you can call the extension office at 402-376-1850 for more information.