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2018 TREE ORDERS

Orders DUE December 1st, 2017!

View the -> 2018 TREE ORDER FORM

Time to start planning and prepping your site for SPRING 2018 tree plantings!

Need help designing your tree planting?  CONTACT US TODAY for assistance- we can help you match tree species with your soil type and location.


JULY-Range Walk was a HUGE Success! Even though it was a bazillion degrees out- we all had a great time learning about Montana’s Rangeland, controlling weeds with livestock and the positive effects of bale grazing. Read the article in our newsletter here: Newsletter2017_FALL

 


Upcoming in November 2017: “Ranch Planning Workshop” a workshop requested by local ranchers and designed to meet their requests!

A 3 day event focused on Grazing Management. Featuring Dallas Mount from Wyoming! Dallas Mount will speak the evening of the 28th on ranch economics, sustainability and successful ranching. The 29th-30th will be tailored for Carter/Fallon County ranchers who will be provided a laminated map of their ranch and develop a personalized grazing plan one on one with available NRCS staff. A great event back by popular demand! RSVP by SEPTEMBER 15th! 29th-30th have limited availability- so sign up soon!

NOVEMBER 28th, 29th-30th: Learn more Here.

Contact Us today to sign-up!


Youth Summer CAMPSYOUTH Camp Sponsorship Opportunity: This year the Little Beaver Conservation will be awarding $75.00 sponsorships to selected individuals who are registered/plan to attend one of these DNRC supported camps. Find the application & learn more here.


EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it!!!

Keep informed, learn and plan for upcoming events- read all about in our Newsletter. Fall newsletter filled with reports on summer activities, youth awarded sponsorships, tree planting/ordering info. Read the -> Newsletter2017_FALL

Topics covered in this newsletter: Conservation Education in the Schools, Youth Camp Sponsorships, Grazing Cover Crops, and the Fall Agronomy & Range Tour “Shifting to Soil Biology”. Read the -> Newsletter2017_SUMMER

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