Texas A&M Forest Service, the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Lubbock County Soil and Water Conservation District, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, High Plains Underground Water Conservation District and Texas Parks and Wildlife will present the second in a series of conservation workshops on Oct. 24 at 5 p.m. at the Lubbock Lake Landmark, 2401 Landmark Lane.
The evening workshop is open to the public for those who have an interest in connecting with local natural resource professionals who can help urban and rural landowners reach their conservation goals.
Presentation topics will include how to enhance urban wildlife, small livestock operations and improving soil health. There will also be a Q&A session with local natural resource professionals.
A free meal will be served, followed by conservation presentations and a tour of the Landmark facility.
“We are really excited about the variety of topics and range of information being presented through this series of workshops,” said Jonathan Motsinger, Texas A&M Forest Service program leader. “But even more valuable is the opportunity for landowners to connect with local professionals who can answer their questions and help them successfully reach the goals they have for their property.”
This program is a collaborative partnership of state and federal natural resource organizations and local agroforestry business.
RSVP by Oct. 18 to Alisa Dollar at 806-785-5644, ext. 3.