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Our fall season of workshops is here! We offer free and practical how-to workshops at a variety of locations in collaboration with our community partners. Our workshops cover choosing the right native plants for your yard, natural landscaping techniques that reduce water use and pollution, supporting beneficial insects and pollinators, and putting rainwater to use with a rain garden!

Our workshops are free and open to everyone, but they fill up quickly – register for a workshop today!

View the workshop schedule and register here!

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Livestock Workshop

Register for our free livestock workshop on August 17th!

Register for our free livestock workshop on August 17th!

Calling all livestock owners! Join us on August 17th at the Columbia Grange for help planning and managing your livestock operation. Presenters will highlight grazing techniques to keep grass growing vigorously, and mud and manure management to minimize runoff into waterways.

Topics include:

  • Manure composting
  • Rotational grazing
  • Heavy use areas
  • Fencing
  • And more!

Presenters:

  • Jeremy Baker, EMSWCD Senior Rural Conservationist
  • Kimberly Galland, NRCS District Conservationist

Click here
to register!

Farm Succession Workshop

What does the future hold for your farm? Learn about the options available to you as you prepare to transition your working lands to future generations. This free workshop takes place at the Holiday Inn Express (map) in Troutdale on March 14th.

Speakers will discuss the legal, financial, and business factors that a farm family should consider when planning for the future. They will present real world examples of how to address these important issues while balancing the complexities of family dynamics. Protect your farm, nursery, orchard or forest land for future generations!

Click here to register
for this free workshop!

 

Questions?

Contact Andrew Brown at
(503) 935-5354 or
Andrew@emswcd.org