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. Tree Farmer Alert

Friday, April 18, 2014
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Colorado Tree Farmers are a network of land- owners that share forestry resources.

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Montezuma County Master Steward Program

If you’re interested in learning about new and emerging technologies to help you save money and reduce inputs to your land, you would greatly benefit from the Colorado Master Steward program. This 9 week short course will show you how to implement proper stewardship to keep your property healthy. We will cover everything from proper pasture management to ideas on how best to operate and maintain an irrigation system. Whether you have domestic animals or need suggestions about attracting or deterring wildlife, we can help provide the tools to make you more effective with your management strategies.
For more information or to register for the class, please visit our website:
If you have additional questions feel free to call us anytime. Limited spaces are filling up fast and we look forward to having you join us! Feel free to share with your friends!
Thank you!

John Rizza
Western Region Specialist

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