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V Bar V Winter Headquarters
4005 N Forest Road 618, Rimrock, AZ 86335
Cost: $750, includes lunch on Saturday and
Sunday, take home AI Kit ($350 value), and
ABS AI Management Guide
Space limited to 12 parOcipants.
To register contact Lydia Wa?s at Yavapai
County CooperaOve Extension, 928-445-6590
Lynn Martin, who works cooperatively with AGFD on various projects, is hoping for some volunteers to help get the old JF Ranch headquarters ready for a packer who will soon start packing supplies out of there to make repairs in the path of the Woodbury Fire. Although the old JF cabin was saved, the wildfire damaged some of the surrounding horse pens and fences. Some brush clearing and repairs are needed so the packer has a good place to store materials and work out of.
The rancher needs a couple guys with chainsaws to thin out around the pens; and volunteers to clear that away. There‘s some old fencing to remove, and some new fencing to be built. The HDPE line, for the horse lot which was lost in the fire, needs to be repaired.
This doesn‘t sound like a very big job and I expect the work will wrap up around lunchtime. The rancher provides lunch.
Volunteers will gather at 8:00am at the junction of Hewitt Station Road and FS 172. Then the group will convoy (or carpool) about 10 miles to the actual project site.
Directions to meeting spot: Take Hwy 60 towards Superior. At milepost 214, turn north onto Queen Valley Road. Go about 1.75 miles and turn right onto Hewitt Station Road. Go about 3 miles and turn left onto FS 172.
If you have a chainsaw, you may want to bring it.
focused on reviewing the Groundwater Conservation Grant Draft Notice of Funding Opportunity
Alexi's Grill @ 3550 N Central Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85012
Arizona’s economy is growing, but workforce shortage remains acute in many industries. Join the Arizona Capitol Times in a conversation about labor and workforce development!
Rep. T.J. Shope, Speaker Pro Tempore
Sen. Tony Navarrete, Member, Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Commmittee
Albert Blanco, Jr., Coordinator, Arizona Sheet Metal JATC
Jim Rounds, President, Rounds Consulting Group, Inc
For more information, call Lisa Simpson at 602.889.7125 or email email@example.com
Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park, Arizona
Farm Bureau members throughout Arizona will set policy, hear informational and
political speakers, attend awards and recognition events and the Ag Tradeshow.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to network with other members!
For details on the webinar, visit: http://bit.ly/320Ookc
For details on the National Agricultural L
CST, discussing “ag-gag” laws, which commonly limit photography or recordings on agricultural operations without the consent of the owner. We will be joined by Senior Staff Attorney Elizabeth Rumley, who will provide a basic introduction to the format of "ag-gag" laws in different states, as well as a discussion of the challenges and court rulings that have already shaped the conversation. The webinar will end with a discussion of current events, including the lawsuits challenging some currently existing state laws.
Valley Field Riding & Polo Club
72nd annual Arizona National Livestock show kick off dinner and annual membership meeting
regarding revisions to Waters of the US and Waters of Arizona.
Additional information including links to past presentations and stakeholder feedback is available here:
The Ass Kickin' Facility - 700 N Bullard Ave
Cochise College Douglas — Student Union Community Room
4130 West Highway 80, Douglas, AZ 85607