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MSU Extension in Gallatin County to host natural resource stewardship program April 2

March 6, 2014

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BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension in Gallatin County will host its Natural Resource Spring Program to introduce residents to local natural resources and natural resource professionals on April 2, from 6-8 p.m. at the Bozeman Public Library. 

The program will include information on forest health, noxious weed management, pasture management, water resources, and wildfire mitigation. Attendees will have the chance to learn about natural resource cost-share programs and to meet local personnel in the Gallatin County Weed District, MSU Extension, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service.

John Ansley and Mike Jones from the Gallatin County Weed District; Brad Bauer and Emily Lockard from MSU Extension in Gallatin County; and Chris Mahoney, Natural Resources Conservation service soil conservationist, will speak during the program. The Natural Resource Spring Program is intended for those new to stewarding natural resources on their property and those looking for more success in managing their property. 

RSVP by March 26 is appreciated by calling the MSU Extension office in Gallatin County, (406) 388-3213, or e-mailing gallatin@montana.edu or in person at 201 West Madison, Ste. 300, in Belgrade.

If you would like to learn more about MSU Extension in Gallatin County please visit: http://www.msuextension.org/gallatin.

Contact: Brad Bauer, MSU Extension natural resource agent in Gallatin County, (406) 388-3213, brad.bauer@montana.edu.