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Extension to host field days this fall

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For more information about the following field days and other research presentations, contact your county Extension office, or visit www.uaex.edu or http://aaes.uark.edu.

Sept. 13--Drought Management Meeting, Glenwood, for cattle producers meeting coping with drought. Cattlemen's Livestock Barn, 56 US Hwy 70 E, Glenwood. Participation limited to 125. Register in advance by calling your county Extension office. Cost is $10.

Sept. 29--Wildlife Field Day, Savoy Research Unit, Fayetteville. Topics include improving quail habitat, acorn production for wildlife and cost-share opportunities for wildlife practices. Registration is $15, including lunch and educational materials. Registration deadline is Sept. 23. For more information, contact Kyle Cunningham, 501-671-2145, kcunningham@uaex.edu, or Chris Stuhlinger, 870-460-1749, stuhlinger@uamont.edu.

Oct. 5 to 8--4-H Southern Region Volunteer Forum, Ferndale, Ark., will host this regional event at the C.A. Vines Arkansas 4-H Center.

Oct. 6--Bioenergy Field Day, Rowher Experiment Station, Rohwer. U of A Division of Agriculture faculty discuss sorghum, switchgrass and cottonwood as bioenergy crops, plus presentations on harvesting woody biomass, biodiesel and wood pellets. Participants must register by Sept. 28. There will be no registration at the door. People can register by calling Jon Barry at 870-777-9702 or by email, jbarry@uaex.edu.

Oct. 11--Forestry Field Day, Hope, at the Southwest Research and Extension Center. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m., presentations begin at 9 a.m., including how to sample to determine pine seedling survival rates, thinning pine stands, timber security and conducting timber sales. There will be hands-on activities. Registration is $10 in advance or $15 at the door. For info, call Jon Barry, 870-777-9702.



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