Are cedar and locust trees encroaching on your pastures? An Invasive Tree Control Field Day will be held June 16 at 9:30 a.m. near Hill City, Kan. Discussions and demonstrations will include chemical and mechanical control measures for cedar tree and locust and prairie dog control strategies. Suppliers and contractors will be on hand to demonstrate techniques and display equipment. Presentations will be given by Graham County Extension Agent Chris Petty, K-State Range Science Specialist Keith Harmony, K-State Research and Extension Range Management Specialist Walt Fick, Kansas Forest Service Forester Jim Strine, Agronomy Research Assistant Professor Carol Blocksome, K-State Research and Extension Wildlife Specialist Charlie Lee.
Lunch will be served and this event will be held free of charge. For more information and to RSVP by June 15 please contact the Graham County Extension Office at 785-421-3411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event of rain, the Invasive Tree Control Field Day will be held at the Graham County 4-H Building.
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