The Original Grazing School for Women Webinar Series 

June 9, 2021

7:00p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Fundamentals of Tree Establishment & Pest Control

Join Toso Bozic for a discussion about shelterbelts! You will gain a good understanding of how to establish trees as well as how to ID major pest problems. This webinar will cover lots of practical topics such as tree/shrub selections, planting techniques, maintenance, as well how to identify and protect your trees from various pest and environmental problems. 

June 16 & 23, 2021

7:00p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Rural Dugout Two - Part Series 

Presented by Sean Elgert, Agricultural Water Engineer, Alberta Agriculture & Forestry 

Learn about best practices for building and maintaining a dependable dugout during this two - part webinar series. Topics include planning considerations, design, construction, operation and protection, water quality issues and treatment solutions, and dugouts for stocking fish. 

June 16 - Dugouts: Design, Construction & Operating Systems. 

June 23 - Dugouts: Water Quality, Treatments & Dugouts for Fish.

June 30, 2021

7:00p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Grazing Planning 

In this interactive webinar, Kelly Sidoryk will review the principles of Holistic planned adaptive grazing, talk about factors to consider and share the planning and monitoring process. 

The individual organizations responsible for organizing the Grazing School for Women host various webinars and events throughout the year that may interest you. 

Go to their website to find out more details. 

M.D. of Wainwright: 

M.D. of Bonnyville:

Cows and Fish:

County of Vermilion River:

M.D. of Provost:

Lakeland Agriculture Research Association: 

Beaver County:

Smoky Lake County: