The Drought Resilient Ranch Workshop Series
Learn From This One: Prepare for the Next
Join your neighbors & CSU Extension for this 3 class series. Hear from fellow ranchers on drought management, strategize on actions, and connect with resources to accomplish projects.
Jan. 16: Lessons from a Drier State with Arizona Rancher Wink Crigler
Wink Crigler shares lessons from a drier state on adapting to aridity, experience with
wildfire, and working with agencies to accomplish goals and increase flexibility in her operation. Wink is a multi-generational rancher from Greer, AZ. Learn more about Wink here.
Jan. 23: Scenario Planning
Use Scenario Planning a technique used in business and the US Military to make flexible, long-term plans relative to potential drought scenarios. Experts in water management, wildfire, range
management, and more will be in attendance for questions.
Jan. 30. Take Action
Prioritize actions & connect with resources to build long-term flexibility with drought. Staff from Colorado Parks and Wildlife, US Partners for Fish and Wildlife and the NRCS will showcase resources they have available for projects.
Dates: Last three Wednesdays in January, 2019 | January 16, January 23, and January 30, 2019
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Place: Garfield County Fairgrounds, Event Hall , 1001 Railroad Ave, Rifle, CO 81650
Details: Dinner included with RSVP by Jan 11; travel reimbursement and free forage test available for those who attend all three sessions.
Drop ins welcome, but can’t guarantee food.
RSVP: Retta Bruegger, CSU Extension, (970) 988-0043 or firstname.lastname@example.org