2011 Living on the Land: Stewardship for Small Acreages
Treasure Valley course
will be offered in Meridian!
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Contact the Canyon County office at
208-459-6003 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn more about Living on the Land?
This course is designed to help small acreage landowners care
for their land sustainably. Course topics include:
What Do You Have and What Do You Want?
What Can You Do?
Selecting Farm Equipment
What to do About Weeds
Market & Organic Gardening
Feeds and Feeding
Pasture Establishment and Renovation
Your Living Soil
Caring for Your Animals
Grazing Management and much more!
Instructors: University of Idaho Extension educators, specialists,
class alumni and guests.
about Living on the Land Landowner Impacts in 2010
2011 Cultivating Success Small Farms
Sustainable Small Farming and Ranching:
On-line course registration
is now open!
This course on Sustainable Small Farming and
Ranching guides participants to realistically evaluate their
goals and resources, and provides the tools to evaluate the
feasibility of starting a sustainable small acreage enterprise.
Course topics include whole farm planning, resource evaluation,
site appropriate production practices, enterprise budgets,
market analysis and risk management/food safety assessment.
Upon course completion, project participants will have the
knowledge and skills to engage in whole farm planning.
program is now enrolling participants in the first on-line
version of this course. The course will run for 10
weeks, from January 10 to April 1. Due to grant support
from the Western Center for Risk Management Education, the
course fee of $125 is being waived and
is available for no charge
on a first come basis. Space in this course is limited.
Registration deadline is December 15, 2010.
your registration form and
questions regarding the on-line course email:
Success Program Coordinator
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offerings in Idaho, visit
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