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‘Native Prairie Restoration’ webinar set for Oct. 18




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The next Texas Wildlife Association and Texas AgriLife Extension webinar, “Native Prairie Restoration,” will be held on Thursday, Oct. 18, from noon until 1 p.m.

This month’s expert presenter will be Forrest Smith, project coordinator for the South Texas Natives Project, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The webinar will cover when to restore and when to rest, restoration techniques, goals and examples to guide you, reseeding, site preparation, vegetation establishment methods, pitfalls of restoration and how to avoid them, invasive exotic grasses, and maintaining and promoting function for the future.

The free online webinar provides sound, science-based wildlife management information delivered by experts to you in the comfort of your own home or office. One hour of Integrated Pest Management Continuing Education Unit credit will be awarded to participants of the live webinar.

On the day of the webinar, simply point your browser to https://texas-wildlife.webex.com and click to join the Wildlife for Lunch webinar. If you cannot make the live webinar, Each webinar is archived and available for viewing following the initial air date at the Texas Wildlife Association website www.texas-wildlife.org.

For more information, contact Texas Wildlife Association’s Courtney Brittain at cbrittain@texas-wildlife.org or 1-800-839-9453.
 

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