Oil & Gas Workshop, April 25, 2013
West Greeley Conservation District will host a free Oil and Gas workshop at Island Grove in Greeley, on Thursday April 25 from 9:30 to 2:30. Anyone is welcome to attend. Lunch will be provided.
Guest speakers from the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Colorado Oil and Gas Association, and Colorado State University will be presenting. Topics will cover the projected future of oil and gas in our area, recent setback requirements, landowner and operator compensation, positive impacts of oil and gas production, known environmental impacts of oil and gas activity and reclamation, groundwater sampling requirements, hydraulic fracturing, water recycling and more.
To learn more about the workshop or to RSVP please contact the West Greeley Conservation District office at (970) 356-8097 x3 by April 18 at 4:30.
Windbreak Design and Maintenance in Colorado Webinar
Participants will learn how to plan and plant a proper windbreak, including site selection, soil considerations and species selection. If you already have a windbreak in place, learn about proper care, maintenance, and wildlife protection. Planting a windbreak on your property can provide numerous benefits including energy savings and habitat for wildlife. Presented by Megan Lowery, Conservation and Education Tech. for West Greeley Conservation District. This webinar was recorded from March 1, 2012.
September 2010 Extreme Makeover Workshop
Videos of the Equipement Management, Animal Management, Grazing Management, and Manure Management sessions coming soon.
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June 2010 Walking Weed Tour at Frank State Wildlife Area
February 2010 Small Acreage Workshop