Join Cows and Fish, Beaver County and Agroforestry and Woodlot Extension Society for this wetland health focused field day near Tofield, AB. Learn how to diagnose and improve the health of your wetland and riparian areas. Plant identification, riparian health assessment and riparian planting will be covered. By the end of they day you’ll know how to clip and plant your own willow cuttings! All safety guidelines for COVID-19 will be followed. Register online here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stream-and-pond-field-day-tickets-117032955721?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Join us for an afternoon pasture walk and talk in the Medicine River watershed to learn more about pasture and riparian area health and productivity, native and non-native plant identification, grazing management for upland and riparian pastures, alternative watering, fencing for riparian pastures and more. This event is hosted by Cows and Fish, the Grey Wooded Forage Association, Alberta Environment and Parks, the Medicine River Watershed Society and Lacombe County.
There is no fee to attend, but registration is required as we are limiting numbers to keep the group small to respect current COVID-19 public health restrictions. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/riparian-range-pasture-walk-tickets-116675701163
In accordance with Cows and Fish’s COVID-19 health and safety policies, face masks are mandatory and will be made available to all participants.