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Holistic Resource Management workshop to be held in Bison

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The South Dakota Grasslands Coalition, Perkins County Conservation District and the Natural Resources Conservation Service are proud to organize a three-day workshop on Holistic Resource Management. It will be held Sept. 25 through 27 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the Grand Electric Social Room in Bison, S.D.

T This workshop is being presented by, Joshua Dukart, a livestock producer from Hazen, N.D. He is a Certified Educator of Holistic Management who speaks and teaches regularly throughout the United States and Canada. With his current ranching activities and diverse experiences teaching and consulting, he will share real-life examples of Holistic Management in action.

Holistic Management is a new management approach helping people improve their quality of life, generate wealth and manage their resources. It's a process of goal setting, decision making and monitoring that people throughout the world are using to restore vitality to their ranches, businesses, communities, and the natural resources we all depend on.

This workshop is highly recommended for producers by past participants. Bill Lane, Cresent Cross Ranch, Ismay, Mont., who attended this workshop, said, "Great course that spawned a lot of thinking about what we really want to do and where we want to go with our operation. Well worth every minute and every dime."

The cost of the workshop is $200, which includes lunch and breaks. Each ranch may bring an additional participant at a cost of $100. Class size is limited to 30 people, so call now to pre-register. To pre-register or for more details, call the NRCS Bison Service Center at 605-244-5222, Ext. 3.

Date: 9/10/2012



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