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Interperting and applying stock rates on rangelands: Virtual Grazing School Session 2

Nov 02 - Nov 04 2021

Interperting and applying stock rates on rangelands: Virtual Grazing School Session 2

https://www.albertapcf.org/about-prairies/range-stewardship

The Alberta Range Stewardship Course and the Southern Alberta Grazing School for Women are partnering to bring you a Virtual Grazing School. There are 4 online sessions starting on July 20th at 9am and running for an hour with time included for a question and answer period at the end of each presentation. If you were not able to participate in the 2020 Virtual Grazing School, you can get caught up by visiting this link (https://www.albertapcf.org/about-prairies/range-stewardship ) where you will find the recorded sessions from last year.

We encourage participants to attend the live sessions for the opportunity to interact and ask questions of the presenters. New this year are door prizes, another reason to make sure you attend the live sessions. Only some sessions will be recorded and posted for watching later (see poster for details).

Registration is only $25 which includes all four sessions. You can register by following this link: https://bit.ly/3fngwrQ

Venue

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Facilitation Team

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Whit Hibbard

Whit is a fourth generation Montana cattle rancher, publisher/editor of Stockmanship Journal (www.stockmanshipjournal.com), and a former national park mounted ranger. He writes a stockmanship series for Drovers and On Pasture, and teaches low-stress livestock handling clinics all over the Western U.S and Central Canada.
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Bre Owens

WLA Stewardship Coordinator
Breanna Owens lives in Los Molinos, California with her sons Will and Clyde. She runs a small cattle and sheep operation based in Tehama County, California utilizing mostly leased private and public lands. Bre grew up in Northern California on a cow-calf ranch, attended Chico State and Colorado State University—Fort Collins. She is motivated by a love for the agriculture industry…for the people, land and livestock that are a part of it. She is inspired by the current conversations and opportunities in highlighting the linkages between the agriculture and conservation communities. Prior to joining WLA as stewardship coordinator, Bre has been engaged with the Conflict Reduction Consortium, Women in Ranching, and the On Land editorial board. Most recently she worked with the California State University—Chico Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems, along with working with a ranching-conservation collaborative called Working Circle Proactive Stewardship that developed as a result of wolves expanding their range to Northern California. Prior to that she worked with Point Blue Conservation Science as a Senior Range Ecologist and Program Coordinator for the Rangeland Watershed Initiative, a partnership program with NRCS. She has been a mentor through Quivira’s New Agrarian Program and is a California Certified Rangeland Manager. She sits on the Board of Directors for Holistic Management International, serves as the Board President of the California Rangeland Conservation Coalition. She is working with the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management (a Savory Institute hub) as a ranch participant in the Ecological Outcome Verification program.

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