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Fire Science Exchange
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Date/Time
Tuesday, September 24th 2013 - 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
Rainbow Room

SDSU Extension and The Great Plains Fire Science Exchange will be hosting a prescribed burning planning workshop at the Rainbow Room in Pickstown, SD on September 24th from 1 – 5 pm.    The intent of the workshop is to provide landowners and agency staff with information on planning and preparing for utilizing prescribed fire for land management.  The primary focus will be on eastern red cedar and CRP management.  This is an opportunity to come and learn from experts regarding tools and techniques for planning controlled burns on private property.

The workshop is free, but participants are encouraged to pre-register.  Registration information can be found by visiting iGrow.org and clicking on the Events tab.  Persons interested in attending can also call Carol Blocksome at 785-532-0416 or Pete Bauman at 605-882-5140. 

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