Land Health Workshops
Join us on the land to learn techniques for building soil, reducing erosion, restoring biodiversity, and regenerating ecosystems.
The Quivira Coalition hosts a number of workshops throughout the year for land managers interested in improving or maintaining the health of the land they steward. These workshops usually consist of one to three days on working lands where participants are given the opportunity to learn by doing. Topics can include erosion control, biological monitoring, pasture management, soil health assessment, plant identification, native seed harvesting and more! We partner with multiple individuals and groups — agricultural producers, organizations, state and federal agencies, tribes, and others — to bring a diversity of perspectives and expertise to the conversation. If you would like to partner with us on a land health workshop, please contact Arielle Quintana at email@example.com.
June 22, 23, and 25: 12-1PM and 6-7PM MT
We invite you to participate in the Drought Resources Webinar Series this June. The series will include three one-hour webinars focusing on different drought-related topics, including grazing during drought, NRCS drought-resources, FSA drought-resources, and rainfall insurance.
July 8 and 22nd, 5:30-7pm MST
We invite you to come learn with us about tools that are being developed to monitor, evaluate, and plan around soil health, including LandPKS, COMET, FarmOS and others.
June 19th (9am-10am MT)
July 20th (6pm-7pm MT)
Join us for an informational call to learn about how apprenticeship and the New Agrarian program can further your career in agriculture!
July 22nd (6:30-9pm MT)
August 17th (9-12am MT)
Interested in learning more about what it means to be a mentor with the New Agrarian Program? We invite you to attend one of our Intro to Mentoring workshops in June or July, hosted via video conference. An in-depth mentor training for those interested in taking the next steps to join NAP for the 2021 season will be offered in August, date and time TBA.
Dave DuBois, New Mexico State Climatologist, will provide monthly information on current and upcoming weather and climate conditions in New Mexico, with a highlight on conditions on Tribal lands.
March 7, 2020
Learn about pruning established trees, planting young trees in an established orchard, and much more!
POSTPONED to August 2020
Join us to learn the basics of collecting and using precipitation data for rangeland management!
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