Going Green: Sustainable Equine Management
Whether you’ve got one horse or 100 horses, chances are your farm management practices could be more sustainable. If you’ve been wondering how you might take a more environmentally conscious approach, then this is one presentation you won’t want to miss! Alayne Blickle is the creator and director of Horses for Clean Water, an award-winning, internationally acclaimed environmental education program for horse owners. Alayne will cover simple solutions, like putting native plants to work on your farm to serve as rain gardens, dust barriers, pollinator hedgerows, summer shade and more. She will also discuss how beneficial wildlife can be put to work for us by helping provide natural pest control. You will also learn about eco-friendly ways to manage odors and conserve water, as well as some quick tips for manure and pasture management.
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