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The CD conducts and promotes various workshops and seminars throughout the year specializing in land management and related conservation topics. Our goal is to empower landowners and other community members with the necessary tools and resources for optimal natural resource-based management.

We are able to customize workshops and tailor topics to your specific needs and interests. Individuals and groups are encouraged to contact us for information on current workshops or to request a workshop topic. Examples of workshops and projects we’ve either sponsored or partnered with others on in the past are listed below:

  • Rain and Pollinator gardens development
  • Stream restoration and stream clean-ups
  • Energy workshops
  • Noxious weed identification and weed pull events
  • Small acreage workshops
  • Watershed management booklets
  • Storm water management
  • Earthquake workshops

Check out our calendar or Facebook Page for upcoming events.

Check out the Additional Resources tab on the main menu for more information about living next to water, pollinators, and noxious weeds.

What's Coming Up?

The Buzz on Pollinator Habitat: A Webinar on the Gallatin Pollinator Initiative

Join us for an informative webinar  to learn about the importance of pollinators in the ecosystem, the issues they currently are facing, and what you can do as a small landowner to create beneficial pollinator habitat on your own property. We will hear from Monica Pokorny, the Plant Materials Specialist with the NRCS Bridger Plant Materials Center and discuss how landowners can participate in the Gallatin Pollinator Initiative.

This program will be held via zoom webinar. You will have to create a zoom account in order to attend the live event. You can find the login information below:

 

Topic: Pollinator Initiative Webinar
Time: Mar 16, 2021 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 875 5681 7208
Passcode: 501339

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+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 875 5681 7208
Passcode: 501339

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