Women Caring for the Land July 14 - Rider Ranch July 30 - Feiring Ranch Email Cayla Bendel if you are interested in attending. Registration is limited to 20 participants.
NDGLC Summer Tour- July 31 North Dakota Leopold Conservation Award and North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition Summer Tour will take place at 1 p.m. on Friday July 31, 2020 at the 2019 N.D. Leopold Conservation Award Winners' Ranch, Gene and Christine Goven. Tour highlights include maximizing cross fencing, applying prairie practices to cropland, managing regrowth, diversity and soil health. Please register each person separately for an accurate meal count. Register here. Northern Prairie Grazing Lands Ecology Workshop - Aug. 10-15 This workshop will provide teachers with new knowledge regarding grazing lands and the impact of grazing on ecosystem properties and functions, such as biodiversity, avian habitat and greenhouse gas exchange, while providing credit towards their pursuit in higher education. The course will be instructed by Dr. Rebecca Phillips, NDGLC Biologist. Participants must register for this course as well as the Bird Bonanza. Registration and payment for this course is through UND. A donation for the Bird Bonanza Tour at the end of the course, paid to NDGLC, is optional. Learn more.
Bird Bonanza- Aug. 15 The Bird Bonanza will take place on August 15 at Gene and Christine Goven's Farm close to Turtle Lake, ND. The theme of the tour is how grazers can be used as tools to enhance biodiversity: flora (including medicinal plant species), habitat, fauna, avian nesting success, soil health, etc. Learn more.
Mentor Guided Workshop - Oct. 27-28 A Mentor Guided Workshop will be held in Bismarck Oct. 27-28. Registration will open soon.
2021 Winter Conference - Jan. 12-13 The NDGLC Winter Conference will be held in Dickinson at the Grand Hotel on Jan. 12-13. Registration will open soon.
North Dakota Grazing Lands Coaltion
We are a nonprofit organization that relies on membership to supplement any federal and local grants acquired for the education and mentoring of North Dakota landowners.
Mentors are available to speak to groups, meetings and at conferences. Your generous donations make this possible.
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