Learn about safe horse keeping, the potential costs, horse care and responsibilities, as well as how to care for pastures and land, reduce mud, and manage manure. Also learn to identify and minimize wildfire risks around your horse property, and find out how to expedite an evacuation should the danger of wildfire arise.
Wildfire can quickly become a real threat to rural landowners. When horses or livestock are involved, swift action needs to be taken to reduce the chance of animals being lost and property damaged. This presentation will help you identify wildfire risks around your horse property and provide you with the appropriate actions to minimize that risk, as well as ways to expedite an evacuation should the danger of wildfire arise.
Join us to learn more about managing your small farm or horse property to increase chore efficiency, horse health, and natural resource stewardship. Topics include horse health and pasture management, firewise for horse properties, and manure management.
This online workshop will help you identify wildfire risks around your horse property and provide you with the appropriate actions to minimize those risks. You will also learn ways to implement a plan and expedite an evacuation should the danger of wildfire arise.
Join Alayne Blickle in the Portland area for this all day workshop that covers pasture management, designing and building a track paddock for horse enrichment and health, how to become firewise on horse properties and more!
Join Alayne Blickle and Horses for Clean Water in Sonoma County, CA for a weekend of learning about horse keeping practices which will help make your place chore-efficient, aesthetically pleasing, horse-healthy, and customer-friendly, as well as good for the environment.
Winterizing your horse property is how to beat the mud & become chore efficient at the time of year when all that counts the most! Hear about great tips and techniques for getting a jump on winter.
In this dynamic visual presentation by Alayne Blickle, you will learn ways to make life easier for horses and people in cold, winter weather, and also learn how to be prepared for wildfire season next summer.
Wildfire can quickly become a real threat to rural landowners. When horses or livestock are involved action needs to be taken quickly to reduce the chance of animals being lost and property damaged.
Join Alayne Blickle and Matt Livengood to learn about horse pasture management and rotational grazing, mud, dust and odor-free paddocks, composting manure, drought-tolerant xeric landscaping, firewise practices for horse properties, native plantings along irrigation ditches and more.