Flyer attached. For more information, http://www.kglc.org/workshop-application.cfm
with KGLC and the US Fish & Wildlife Services’ Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.
You can register for one location or more with the registration cost being $5 for each location. To register, go to KGLC.org and use the drop down menu under Contact.
Lunch is included in registration.
The first location is May 29th near Wilson, KS. We will tour Smoky Hills area ranches to learn aboutcedars, fire, grazing and how pollinators react to each.
The second location is on June 12th at Welda, KS where we will tour local management of hay meadowsand gra zing lands being managed to promote and retain several varieties of milkweeds vital to pollinators.
The third and final location is on June 26th near Medicine Lodge, KS to tour Kansas Red Hills arearanches that use patch burn grazing and cedar control to enhance pollinator habitat.
These tours and workshops are done in part through a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant to promotegood grazing land management for Monarch butterflies and other pollinators administered and carried ou t by KSGrazing Lands Coalition and the US Fish & Wildlife Services’ Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.