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Biochar in the Southwest Webinar

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Let's talk biochar. The concept of place-based biochar is inspired by Indigenous management practices that shaped the landscapes of the American West before the arrival of European settlers. One hallmark of these practices was frequent landscape burning that cleared the forest understory, leaving biochar as a byproduct. This created a forest ecosystem that was more […]

Transitioning Crops to Certified Organic in NM Webinar

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Presented by Samantha Hilborn from the Rodale Institute, this webinar is for agricultural producers to learn more about the process of transitioning crops to certified organic. You will learn about the status of organic certification in NM, potential certifiers to connect with, the basics requirements of transitioning, some technical issues that arise, and how the […]

Water & Wildlife Management on Working Lands: Field Day at Ute Creek Cattle Company

We'll learn all about grazing for water and wildlife, creek restoration, supporting local bird populations, and building water tanks and water conservation practices. The workshop and lunch are free! Lunch is being sponsored by the Ute Creek Cattle Company, with omnivorous and vegetarian options available. You can also bring your own. This field day is meant for producers, agency representatives and anyone interested in grazing to support water and wildlife.

Tucumcari Soil Health Workshop

Join us for a soil health workshop in Eastern New Mexico! ​ This workshop is for farmers and ranchers who want to learn about soil health principles and the chemical, biological and physical characteristics of soil. The day will be spent outside focused on discussions and field demonstrations to learn about compaction, infiltration, surface cover, […]