Posted  8 Jun, 2017 
In: Events

Event Date:  Jul 19, 2017

Join Dr. Barry Irvine from the University of Alberta as he speaks to carbon capture and forages and the current research in Alberta.

He will be followed by Grant Lastiwka from Alberta Agriculture & Forestry who will talk to pasture management, forages, carbon, and connecting the dots. He will speak to the big picture and why measuring carbon isn’t easy.

The afternoon will wrap up with a field tour led by Dianne Westerland of the Chinook Applied Research Association who will show us the Foothills Forage Perennial Forages Trial which features 32 different varieties of forages.

Date: July 19, 2017

Location: Rugby Hall (15 minutes West of Didsbury, AB)

Cost: $15 for members, $20 for non-members

To register: Click here or call 403-995-9466


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