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AgriLife Extension offering online courses for small-scale landowners

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Two upcoming courses designed to improve operations for small-scale landowners are being offered online by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.

The courses, part of an ongoing series, cost $50 each. They are offered on the following dates:

--Creating a Resource Inventory: Sept. 14 to Oct. 9.

--Introduction to Enterprise Budgeting: Sept. 28 to Oct. 16.

To register, visit http://grovesite.com/tamu/ri or http://agrilifevents.tamu.edu/. Landowners may also register by contacting Jenny Leone at 972-952-9258 or JLeone@ag.tamu.edu .

Both courses are designed to be interactive, and they will include discussions among students and instructors, said Dr. Rebecca Parker, AgriLife Extension's Dallas-based regional director of programs in agriculture and natural science.

"These online courses effectively extend theory into practice," she said. "We want students to know that they can come up with a plan that will work for their property."



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