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June 3 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Bonus Class: Goat Milking (Same date and place)
Additional Cost: $7/per person
Also Available: Goats and Sheep may be brought to the workshop for the blood draw at an additional $10/animal. We will provide the needles and blood draw tubes and help you with the paperwork In the name of good herd health, all untested animals brought to KnH Ranch must remain in your trailer, truck, crate, etc. only taking them out for the blood draw.
Questions: contact Janice Swagerty, event organizer, at 325-6455.
This workshop is part of WSU Spokane County Extension’s new Advanced Goat Care and Management class series. We will be offering several workshops throughout the year for people who want to learn more about goat keeping.
August 6-19, 2017
This two-week Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course offers a comprehensive introduction to Permaculture principles, applications & design practices and meets the international standard as the 72+ hour foundation course for Permaculture practitioners.
You will have many opportunities to put theory into practice by doing hands-on, creative activities at CHI Farms in Cheney Washington. Permaculture principles include vegetable gardening, animal husbandry, water capture & retention, etc. We will do a site analysis and create designs for the farm. Special guests will share their expertise as well.
Registration will come online soon.
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