(The BARN – Briggsdale, CO) October 19, 2016 – The Colorado Section of the Society For Range Management (CSSRM) and the Pueblo County Office for Colorado State University Extension have partnered to bring together an amazing set of speakers who are going to provide a dynamic program. Joining the CO Ag News Network to discuss the 2016 Grass Grazers Family Conference “Finding Common Ground” in more detail is Josh Saunders, USDA-NRCS Range Specialist…
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Make plans to attend the Grass-Grazers-Family: Finding Common Ground Conference which will be held in Pueblo November 1 – 3, 2016.
The Colorado Section of the Society For Range Management (CSSRM) and the Pueblo County Office for Colorado State University Extension have partnered to bring together an amazing set of speakers who are going to provide a dynamic program. Presentations have been selected to demonstrate a systems approach to ranch management and look at how rangeland, the livestock herd, and the family are all part of the ranching system. This is a program that you won’t want to miss!
The registration fee has been kept low, just $45 for all three days. This reduced registration price has been made possible through generous financial support from Western SARE & facilities assistance from the Colorado State Fairgrounds. In many cases a program with this set of presenters would cost hundreds of dollars to attend. Registration can be found online – CLICK HERE
In addition to the educational conference, CSSRM will be holding their annual meeting on Wednesday evening (November 2) following the day’s educational event. Allowing CSSRM members the chance to attend their annual meeting while also attending a training conference; and non-members will have an easy opportunity to check out what CSSRM is all about.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from both world renowned presenters & local experts who will be discussing the connections between rangeland, livestock, & families. Register today!
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