Webinar Teaches Attendees How To Make The Most Of Their Farm With Minimal Impact

Controlling mud, dust, weeds and bugs on horse property can be tough, not to mention time consuming. On Wednesday, Dec. 13, the Homes for Horses Coalition will offer a free webinar that will cover innovative, efficient ways to conserve water, manage odors and recycle, as well as provide info on least-toxic pest control options.

Takeaways include:

  • How to manage creeks or wetlands on equine properties
  • Useful water conservation tips
  • Ways to put native plants to work on your farm, including rain gardens, dust barriers, visual screens, summer shade and low-cost/low-care native landscaping
  • How to build an outdoor wash rack
  • How beneficial wildlife can work for us by providing natural pest control
  • Environmentally sensitive ways to manage odors

Alayne Bickle of Horses for Clean Water will be the presenter. Horses for Clean Water focuses on workshops, educational materials and farm tours for a vast array of equine and land management topics.

This webinar will be useful to any equine business or private horse owner with limited land that can suffer from overuse. Register for the webinar here.

Learn more about Hoses for Clean Water here.

 

 

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