The “moss rocks” popular in landscaping aren’t what they seem. Learn more about the lichens of Oklahoma with this study guide.
Learn to get your vineyard ready for the growing season in this free grape season prep workshop. Registration is due by February 14.
The program includes time in both classroom and vineyard – dress for the weather. Topics to be covered include demonstration and participation in sprayer calibration, pruning, sprays for trunk disease, pest control options, weed control updates, and fertilization introduction.
The Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD) state meeting is a two day event featuring Indigo Ag, the Savory Institute, the Maine School of Composting, and more. There are two different tracks – Conservation@Home, and Soil Health – to meet everyone’s soil health needs.
Topics and speakers include:
- Composting as a Soil Health Tool
Mark King, Organics Management Specialist, Maine Department of Environmental Protection
- Interconnections Between Soil & Water
Malarie Gotcher, Water Conservation Manager, City of Oklahoma City Utilities Department
- Science over Politics
Brad Carl, External Affairs and Climate Specialist, The Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma
- Native Pollinator Benefits
Ray Moranz, Xerces Society/NRCS Grazing Lands Pollinator Ecologist
For more information or to register, visit the conference website, or call 405-819-4593.