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SD soil health events

Jan 16. Mission. Ranchers Workshop

Jan 16. Ipswich. Soil Health Coalition Road Show

Jan 17. Watertown. Soil Health Coalition Road Show and Annual meeting

Jan 19. Belle Fourche. Soil Health Coalition Road Show

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Jan 19. Sisseton. Annual farm show with noon talk on range and pasture management by Pete Bauman (no flyer)

Jan 23. WEBINAR on native grass seed harvest and management (see bottom of this email)

Feb 14. Rapid City. SD annual Weed and Pest mtg. http://sdweedandpest.com/event/2018-annual-conference/

Feb 16-18. Sioux Falls. Pheasant Fest https://www.pheasantsforever.org/Newsroom/2016-September/South-Dakota-to-Host-National-Pheasant-Fest-Quail.aspx

Feb 15. Mitchell. Soil Health Event .

Feb 26-28. Chamberlain. SD chapter of The Wildlife Society http://wildlife.org/south-dakota-chapter/south-dakota-chapter-annual-meeting/

March 9. Rapid City. Black Hills Area Ecology Workshop. (more to come later)

June 5 – 7. Black Hills Area. Range Camp (student and professionals, more to come).

Early June. TBD. SD Grassland Coalition Bird tour (more to come later)

June 20 – 22. Rapid City. Grassfed Exchange 10th Annual Conference and field tours

Late June. Redfield area. Rangeland Days/soil days

July 25 – 27. Watertown. SD Grassland Management School

Sep 5-7. Hartford area. SD Soil Health School

Sept 10-14. Chamberlain. SD Grazing School

Jun –Sept. Statewide. SD Grassland Coalition Pasture Walks

–SDSU Extension


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