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January is Landowner Workshop Month!

Dec 20, 2012

January 9 Deer Habitat Workshop – 6:30PM Lancaster, MO – Lancaster Housing Authority-Community Room, 12 K.O. Whitacre Drive. Contact Craig Williamson for RSVP at 660-457-3716 ext 111.

January 15 18 Months with Bob – A look into the life of quail, Carrollton Public Library, Carrollton, MO from 6PM to 8PM. Learn the life of a quail during each season over an 18 month period. Refreshments and handouts provided. RSVP by contacting Andrew White, 660-646-6220 x116

January15 Burn workshop at Ava Contact 417-256-7161 for additional information
January 18 Burn workshop at West Plains Contact 417-256-7161 for additional information
January19 Landowner Burn Workshop and Demo - Poosey Conservation Area Carlton House (west side of Indian Creek Lake off Hwy U) in Livingston County. 9AM start time with a hands-on burn to follow (weather permitting). Participants will learn how to safely conduct a prescribed burn for CRP, wild-life and natural community management. Attendees who wish to help with the burn should have leather boots and gloves. Lunch, refreshments and handout materials will be provided. Please RSVP by January 16th to Scott Roy 660-359-5685 x114.

January 22 Management Practices for Wildlife, Carrollton Public Library, Carrollton, MO from 6PM to 8PM. Learn habitat management practices for quail and other upland wildlife. Refreshments and handouts provided. RSVP by contacting Andrew White, 660-646-6220 x116.

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