Visit a 20-acre horse and alpaca property that effectively manages its mud and manure and provides healthy wildlife habitat.
Nestled along Coal Creek, Trinity Ranch has worked with King Conservation District to plant native trees & shrubs along the water to prevent erosion and reduce the spread of invasive blackberries. Trinity has also built some awesome composting bins and installed paddock drainage—both good to check out before winter rains! Get ideas for mud management, using native plants, and composting. See how well they care for their animal residents while reducing environmental impacts. This tour will be presented in both English and Spanish.
This is a family-friendly event! Come for breakfast at 9:45. There will be a table set up with kid activities as well as an adult to monitor the table.
Pre-registration required. This tour is held on private property. Address & directions will be emailed out to registrants the week of the event.