June 2018 Workshop
Land Stewardship Workshop for Texas Land Contractors
Friday, June 15, 2018
7:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Lampasas County Farm Bureau (Map)
1793 US HWY 281, Lampasas, TX 76556
Brush removal contractors and landowners interested in learning more about brush management are invited to attend a Land Stewardship Workshop for Texas Land Contractors in Lampasas.
Contractors or landowners conducting soil and water conservation / vegetation management operations for landowners to improve range, aesthetics, wildlife habitat, or facilitate mineral extraction can benefit from information on land stewardship. This information can enhance contractor’s profitability and landowner satisfaction.
Attendees will hear information about water resource protection, wildlife management, and invasive species. In addition, contractors will also learn about pipeline safety and financial incentive programs available to landowners that implement conservation practices. Participants will spend the morning in a classroom-style setting and travel to a nearby ranch for a field tour in the afternoon.
Three Continuing Education Credits for Texas Department of Agriculture non-commercial pesticide applicators license will be offered; one integrated pest managment, one license and regulations, and one general.
Registration is limited to the first 35 people. Cost is $10 and includes all training materials and lunch. Registration is required. Register online through the link above, or if paying by check, please contact Texas Wildlife Association at 210.826.2904.
Dress is casual and comfortable, however, hard soled shoes and sun protection are encouraged for the field tour.
This workshop is being co-hosted by the Lampasas River Watershed Partnership, Texas A&M Forest Service, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Texas Wildlife Association, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Earthmoving Contractors Association of Texas, UDSA Natural Resource Conservation Service and the Earth Partners. It is funded through a Clean Water Act grant provided by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.