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Events


Workshop Series: Land & Water Stewardship for Livestock & Small Farm Owners
Oct
19
6:15pm 6:15pm

Workshop Series: Land & Water Stewardship for Livestock & Small Farm Owners

A King Conservation District native plant expert will present solutions and guidance to improve habitat and manage livestock near water. Learn ways to minimize the impact of livestock living close to water, and improve habitat near streams and wetlands.

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Workshop: Basic Horse Care: Caring for your Horse and His Home
Sep
27
6:30pm 6:30pm

Workshop: Basic Horse Care: Caring for your Horse and His Home

Are you new to horse keeping, or do you have a family member who would like to own a horse? Are you interested in learning what’s involved, the potential costs, how to care for a horse—as well as for the pastures and land?

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WORKSHOP: Small Farm Equipment for Horse and Livestock Owners
Sep
23
9:00am 9:00am

WORKSHOP: Small Farm Equipment for Horse and Livestock Owners

If you own horse or livestock property then you need small farm equipment. Join us in this on-farm class to learn about different types of equipment and their uses, as well as operation and maintenance tips. Workshop includes a farm walk to look at how Trinity Ranch, a rehab facility for horses, uses equipment to manage their property.

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Workshop: Figuring Out Footings in Paddocks
Sep
21
6:30pm 6:30pm

Workshop: Figuring Out Footings in Paddocks

Some sort of footing material is useful for paddocks and high traffic areas to help with drainage and reduce erosion—all part of mud control. Join Alayne Blickle from Horses for Clean Water to learn what causes mud and how it affects horse health as well as the solutions for managing it

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Farm Tour: Hobby Horse Farm
Jul
23
1:00pm 1:00pm

Farm Tour: Hobby Horse Farm

Tour this peaceful, small-acreage horse property to see how being eco-sensitive doesn’t have to be grandiose, nor require large-scale budgets. Learn about chore-efficient mud, manure, and pasture management in a real-life, workable situation. BONUS: At the end of the tour a special guest speaker will lead us in some hands-on activities, such as making paper nest tubes for Mason Bees.
 

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Farm Tour: Down on the Farm with the KCD’s Jay Mirro
Jul
21
6:30pm 6:30pm

Farm Tour: Down on the Farm with the KCD’s Jay Mirro

This 34-acre farm has a lot of wetlands, something many livestock owners struggle with.

See how the Mirro farm has embraced their wetlands and learned to live in harmony with both wetlands and native wildlife; and learn about raising pigs, chickens, cattle, goats as well.

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Workshop: Natural Solutions for Managing Mud, Dust, Bugs & Weeds
Jul
19
6:30pm 6:30pm

Workshop: Natural Solutions for Managing Mud, Dust, Bugs & Weeds

Join Alayne Blickle from Horses for Clean Water for this workshop to learn how to naturally control weeds, insects, odors and more while reducing chemical use and utilizing natural solutions to make your property healthier for you, your horses, your community and wildlife.

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Three-Day Youth Horsemanship Class and Swimming for Middle-Schoolers
Jun
27
to Jun 29

Three-Day Youth Horsemanship Class and Swimming for Middle-Schoolers

Is your middle-schooler interested in horses? Sign them up for our ½ day horsemanship camp at Sweet Pepper Ranch & swimming afterwards at the Nampa Rec Center. Fun horsey games and hands-on activities included! This program for youth provides a brief introduction to horses and horse care using the ranch horses.

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WORKSHOP: Eco-Friendly Ways to Control Mud, Dust, Bugs & Weeds—For Horse & Small Acreage Livestock Owners
Jun
3
3:00pm 3:00pm

WORKSHOP: Eco-Friendly Ways to Control Mud, Dust, Bugs & Weeds—For Horse & Small Acreage Livestock Owners

Do you own horses, sheep, goats, or other livestock? Learn innovative, chore-efficient, eco-sensitive ways for mud management, least toxic pest control, managing odors, water conservation, and on-farm recycling, as well as ways to put native plants to work on your farm.

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Sound Horse Keeping for Professionals
Jun
2
9:00am 9:00am

Sound Horse Keeping for Professionals

Mark your calendar! Fresh ideas for managing confinement areas and pastures to keep them healthy, mud-free, and chore-efficient will be covered at this all day workshop for professionals (agency staff, veterinarians, farriers, feed store staff). Workshop will be both indoors and out, so dress for the weather.

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FARM TOUR: Agri & Ecotourism on Horse Properties
May
7
1:00pm 1:00pm

FARM TOUR: Agri & Ecotourism on Horse Properties

Join us on this exciting, innovative farm tour to learn how an eco-sensitive equestrian property can help you make money with your small acreage. This private, 10 acre equestrian event center includes a Hunt Club banquet hall that accommodates 100 people, outdoor riding arena, mud-free paddocks, manure compost bins, pasture areas, managed stewardship forest, professionally landscaped estate, stunning views of Mt Si, and a Laotian pagoda surrounded by meditation ponds.

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WORKSHOP: Designing Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency, Animal Health, and Clean Water
May
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

WORKSHOP: Designing Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency, Animal Health, and Clean Water

At this workshop we will cover heavy use site design: fencing and footing options, feeders, choosing the right shelter—as well as dealing with drainage and reducing mud. Enrichment opportunities for the horse—ways to make his surroundings less static and more stimulating—will be at the heart of this event.

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WORKSHOP: Designing Horse Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency and Horse Health
Apr
30
1:00pm 1:00pm

WORKSHOP: Designing Horse Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency and Horse Health

At this workshop we will cover site design, fencing and footing options, feeders, choosing the right shelter—as well as dealing with drainage and reducing mud. Enrichment opportunities for the horse—ways to make his surroundings less static and more stimulating—will be at the heart of this event.

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WORKSHOP: Sustainable Horse Keeping - Practices to Protect Your Horse & Property from Climate Change
Apr
29
10:30am10:30am

WORKSHOP: Sustainable Horse Keeping - Practices to Protect Your Horse & Property from Climate Change

We will cover basics of growing and sustaining pastures, managing weeds, renovating pastures, and fencing pastures so they are more productive and your horse is healthy. In addition, we will cover horse health issues related to pasture management and discuss emerging trends related to climate change.

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Workshop: Dealing with Mud, Paddocks and Drainage on Horse Properties and Great Ideas for Manure Management
Apr
8
9:00am 9:00am

Workshop: Dealing with Mud, Paddocks and Drainage on Horse Properties and Great Ideas for Manure Management

Spend the day with Alayne Blickle, a life-long equestrian and creator/director of Horses for Clean Water to learn fun, down-to-earth approaches to horse and land care. Create a horse property you can be proud of!

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Horse Pasture Management: Growing Great Pastures & Controlling Weeds
Mar
22
6:30pm 6:30pm

Horse Pasture Management: Growing Great Pastures & Controlling Weeds

Start the grazing season out right by finding out how you can make your pastures more productive and control weeds with a least toxic approach. Learn more about: types of pasture grasses to plant for horses, rotational grazing methods, small farm equipment, spreading compost, creating sacrifice areas, and effective irrigation.

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Workshop: Designing Horse Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency and Horse Health
Mar
19
1:00pm 1:00pm

Workshop: Designing Horse Paddocks for Chore-Efficiency and Horse Health

Enrichment opportunities for the horse - ways to make his surroundings less static and more stimulating - will be at the heart of this workshop. BONUS: presentation and discussion about Mustangs at the end. Learn about America’s wild horses!

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Workshop: Mud, Paddocks and Drainage on Horse Properties
Mar
18
9:00am 9:00am

Workshop: Mud, Paddocks and Drainage on Horse Properties

Join Alayne Blickle of Horses for Clean Water to learn about paddock footing options, manure management, geo grid footing products, French drains, dry wells, grassy swales and rain gardens as well as the basics for setting up horse paddocks.

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Horse and Land Management Education
Mar
4
9:00am 9:00am

Horse and Land Management Education

Join Alayne Blickle for this all day horse and land management workshop at Shone Farm in Sonoma, CA. Also, on Sunday March 5th, individual farm owner consultations are available - a great opportunity to fine-tune your horse keeping practices and problem solve issues you have.

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