As winter approaches, local farms are preparing to manage the dreaded yearly mud. Here is an opportunity to learn from one of the areas top farms who have been successful in reducing mud, controlling runoff, managing manure, and much more.
Join the WSU Clark County Extension’s Small Acreage Program for a tour of the 26-acre commercial horse stable and training facility, Vossenberg Farm, on Saturday, November 10th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The tour costs $10. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Get your TICKETS today!
Your tour guide at Vossenberg will be Anna Collier, competitive rider, trainer, and farm manager. She will give attendees insight on what she does to manage Vossenberg Farm effectively of which lead to the 2005 “Doing Our Part for Clean Water” sign for taking action to protect water quality and natural resources. Tips and ideas on how to deal with small acreage will be discussed as well.
The Small Acreage Program is co-sponsored by WSUV Clark County Extension and Clark Public Works Clean Water Program. Representatives will be on hand to provide handouts and answer questions.
This is a great opportunity for locals to learn how to improve their horse’s health and horse keeping operation while protecting clean water.