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MSU Extension in Gallatin County to offer small acre management course

March 18, 2016 -- MSU News Service

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Montana State University Extension in Gallatin County will present a seven-week small acre management course from 6-8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, April 13-May 25, in the Animal BioScience Building on the MSU campus.

Each class will be devoted to a specific topic to provide landowners basic knowledge and skills to prioritize property management goals, maintain healthy pastures, grasslands and forests, control weeds and manage wildlife.

Speakers from the Gallatin Weed District, Gallatin Local Water Quality District, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Natural Resources Conservation Service, MSU Extension and MSU Extension in Gallatin County will be featured. The course will also include one site tour in the field.

The course is limited to 30 total participants with a minimum of 10. Cost is $60 per person and includes one set of classroom materials.

Registration is payable by check or cash to Gallatin County MSU Extension by Wednesday, April 6, to allow for preparation of materials.

Participants may register in person at the MSU Extension office in Gallatin County, or mail the registration fee with name, phone number and email address to 201 W. Madison Ave. Ste. 300, Belgrade, MT 59714.

For more information about the course, call (406) 388-3213.

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Contact: MSU Extension-Gallatin County, (406) 388-3213 or