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HCLT Hosts Riparian Field Day

On Saturday, April 22nd, please join Hill Country Land Trust for a special field day in Llano County, to learn how you can more effectively assess and care for your riparian area through a deeper understanding of your land’s particular conditions and qualities.

This HCLT workshop will focus on the role of vegetation to keep creeks and rivers functioning properly and how landowners can manage riparian areas to sustain healthy streams. Participants will learn to identify key riparian plants and how to monitor the functional condition of riparian areas. 

The workshop will be led by Steve Nelle, former HCLT Board Member and range management specialist with 35 years of service with the NRCS. HCLT Board members and staff will also be on hand to share their experiences with conservation in the Hill Country.  

This event will take place on the morning of Saturday, April 22nd; 9:30 - 12:00 p.m. Registration can be completed by making your non-refundable $20 contribution through this secure link.  Participants will receive lunch and a copy of Your Remarkable Riparian, a field guide by Steve Nelle.

 

SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 PEOPLE, SO PLEASE REGISTER PROMPTLY!

Email Kate@HillCountryLandTrust.org  or call (830)-997-0027

 

 

posted on 4/7/2017

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