‘Living on the Land’ class offered

A five-part workshop called “Living on the Land” is being offered by OSU Extension Service. Classes will be Wednesday evenings from Sept. 25 to Oct. 24 in Gleneden Beach. (Courtesy photo)

“Living on the Land” is a workshop series tailored for small acreage landowners and those new to managing land. Participants will gain tools to plan and assess their land and business accordingly, as well as practical tips for common problems. OSU Extension Service in Lincoln and Tillamook counties is sponsoring the five-part series.

The classes will be on Wednesday evenings, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Sept. 25 and concluding on Oct. 24. They will be held at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station located at 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop in Gleneden Beach. Topics include Land Stewardship Planning and Soils, Water Rights and Wells, Pasture, Manure and Mud Management, Small Livestock and Weed Management, and Riparian and Woodland Management. Meet other landowners and experts, expanding your network of resources

The registration fee for the entire series is $35 per person. Alternatively, people may choose to register for individual workshops at $10 each. Registration is required prior to the workshops.

To register by phone, call OSU Extension Service in Lincoln County at 541-574-6534. To request a paper copy, email [email protected]. Online registration can be done at extension.oregonstate.edu/lincoln/events/living-land


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