Farm Tour: Raising Grass Fed Livestock

 

WHEN:  Sept. 23 (Mon.) from 2:00-4:00PM

WHERE:  Bentgate Farm, located between Port  Angeles & Sequim Address of farm provided at registration.

COST:  FREE, but pre-registration is required due to space limitations.

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Join Clallam Conservation District staff, and owners of Bentgate Farm, on a tour of their intensive, pasture-based operation. They produce grass fed beef, lamb, goats, and pork.

 
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Topics will include:

Multi-species grazing - Rotational grazing - Irrigation & soil fertility -

Seasonal management - Pasture grass ID - Pasture re-seeding

 


Natural Landscaping 3-week Course

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Online registration for our next Course begins in September.

Learn how to design and install a sustainable landscape that will work for you and the environment. Lecture and field trip topics include how to evaluate your site, native plant identification, landscape design basics, site preparation and planting, storm-water management, and more.

Cost:  $25 for 1 person or $30 for couples.

Lectures: Thursdays, October 10, 17, & 24 from 6:00-8:30pm at the Dungeness River Audubon Center

Field Trips:


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Landscaping with Native Plants:

Free Workshop

Look for online registration starting in September.

Held on Friday, October 11, 2019 at 1:00pm at the Dungeness Recreation Area. 

 

In addition to the 3-week Natural Landscaping Course, each spring and fall we offer a free half-day field workshop on landscaping with native plants. The workshop involves hiking about two miles of trails at the Dungeness Recreation Area. Due to space limitations, please register by clicking below.

Note: if you are already registered for the 3-week course, do not register for this workshop, as it is included as one of the field trips.

 

Email info@clallamcd.org for more information about these educational opportunities.