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Nemaha County Community Building

1500 Community Drive

Seneca, Kansas

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The Delaware River and Tuttle Creek Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy (WRAPS) Programs will host a one-day producer workshop on January 15, 2019, at the Nemaha County Community Building in Seneca, KS. The workshop will feature nationally recognized soil health advocate Gail Fuller, who has been using regenerative soil health practices on his family farm near Emporia, KS, since the mid-1980’s, and Phil Balch, Stream Specialist and principal of Wildhorse Riverworks, Inc., with over 30 years of experience working with landowners to design and implement streambank stabilization and rehabilitation projects. Other resource specialists and area producers will address related conservation topics including forestry, wildlife habitat and livestock management.

Registration is free and lunch will be provided for registrations recieved by January 10, 2019. In case of inclement weather, this event will be held on January 17th at the same location (contact 785-284-3422 if questionable). See the workshop program flyer below for more information. For questions contact Kerry Wedel, Delaware River WRAPS, 785-284-3422 or watershed@delawarewraps.com.

This workshop is a collaboration between the Delaware River and Tuttle Creek WRAPS, Glacial Hills RC&D, Kansas Forest Service, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism, Kansas State University Research & Extension, Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Conservation and the Nemaha County Conservation District.

SEE THE WORKSHOP PROGRAM FLYER

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Nemaha County Community Building

1500 Community Drive

Seneca, Kansas

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