Thirty people gathered at the Kerr Center on Saturday, September 26, for an in-depth look at all aspects of elderberries as an alternative crop, from propagation and culture through harvest and marketing. This post summarizes the workshop and provides links to resources used during it.
Oklahoma Conservation Leadership Academy
The Oklahoma Conservation Leadership Academy is now accepting applications for Class V (2020-21). Join this group of inspiring individuals dedicated to making Oklahoma a place where people and nature thrive. Applications must be submitted by March 27, 2020.
Do you believe having a healthy environment is important? Do you believe that more could be done in Oklahoma to incorporate innovative conservation practices in both cities and rural areas?
The Oklahoma Conservation Leadership Academy (OCLA) is a year-long program consisting of field trips and educational opportunities to learn about science-based conservation efforts throughout the state. Each year, up to 40 individuals are selected for OCLA from a competitive application process. Members are challenged to steward an innovative and environmentally sustainable approach within their own community, home, or workplace.