Badger Creek Ranch (BCR) is partnering with the Quivira Coalition, Full Circle Alliance and others to offer a Land Health Workshop this Friday and Saturday. This is the third annual land health workshop offered at BCR focusing on landscape assessment, holistic management, riparian restoration, and soil conservation.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday, August 20
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 21
During the workshop, participants will learn to read the landscape to better understand surface flow and process and get hands-on instruction for building erosion control structures—including one rock dams, rock rundowns, and media lunas.
This year’s workshop will also include an interactive field tour with Badger Creek Ranch and their collaborators, which will provide participants with the opportunity to view ongoing projects on the ranch and engage in conversations regarding the considerations, decisions, and resources needed to plan and implement holistic management and restoration projects in riparian and upland areas.
According to the event planners, this workshop is perfect for ranchers, land managers, beginning agrarians/land stewards/students, and anyone else looking to improve their skills and knowledge of erosion control, riparian restoration, and holistic management.
Aaron Kauffman, Southwest Urban Hydrology
Chrissy and Dave McFarren, Badger Creek Ranch
Gloves and tools will be provided during the workshop.
Camping is available on the ranch – participants are responsible for camping gear, meals, and water. This workshop is free to attend. Space is limited. The deadline to register has been extended to 5:00 p.m. on August 8, and there are still a few slots open.
This workshop is partially funded by the Colorado Section Society for Range Management.
For information, contact Arielle Quintana, email@example.com or at 505-206-4515 with any questions.
Featured image: Badger Creek Ranch’s corrals. Photo credit Chrissy McFarren