Education/Networking Opportunities

Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries Quarterly Newsletter – Spring 2019

Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries Quarterly Newsletter - Spring 2019 Includes: Best Management Practices Near Streams Plant the Right Species in the Right Place, Species-Site Relationships Why Herbicides Sometime Fail: An Overview for Forestry and Wildlife Practices Building Big with (Hard)Wood? Don’t Pay Too Much Tax on Timber Sale Income! Managing Native...

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Barefoot Farmer’s 2019 Biodynamic & Organic Workshop Series

Barefoot Farmer's 2019 Biodynamic & Organic Workshop Series Biodynamic Workshop Series When: Sunday, April 7, from 1-4 pm Sunday, June 2, from 1-4 pm Sunday, August 4, from 1-4 pm Where: 2250 Heady Ridge Road, Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150 Topics to be covered include: Spring Gardening Summer Gardening Fall Gardening Plus hands-on work with horn manure,...

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RESOURCE: Reducing Risk through Best Soil Health Management Practices in Organic Crop Production

RESOURCE: Reducing Risk through Best Soil Health Management Practices in Organic Crop Production Farmers must manage an array of risks. Production risks include yield losses resulting from poor germination and establishment; drought, hail, and other adverse weather events; weeds, pests, and diseases; nutrient limitations; and long-term...

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