Etowah County Conservation District meets 2nd Monday of the month at the Etowah County Farmers Federation Building at 5:45 pm.
The Fayette County District Board meets on the third Wednesday of each month (Meeting dates subject to change).
The Forestry and Wildlife School for Landowners will be held on Thursday and Friday, June 16 and 17, 2016 in Rogersville, Alabama. Topics will be Managing Crops for Water Fowl, Wildlife Mgmt. Concepts and Terms, Timber Management in Bottomlands, Planting Trees & Creating Wildlife Openings, Moist Soil Management, Aquatic Herbicides, Waterfowl ID, Beaver Control and Water Control Structures for Landowners. There will also be a field tour at the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge. CFE units will be available to Registered Foresters that attend the workshop. Early registration fee by June 1, 2015 is $35.00, late registration fee is $40.00, spouse registration fee is $20.00. For additional information contact Katherine with the Walker County Conservation District at (205) 384-0606 ext. 101.Details
Wildlife School for Landowners at Wheeler State Park June 16–17, 2016.
Around 700 fourth grade students attend the Jefferson County Water Festival each year. They participate in three hands-on classroom activities to learn about their drinking water and better understand where it comes from and how to keep it clean. When funding allows, they also see a conservation-themed magic show that ties together all the concepts presented in the classrooms. Edible Aquifer explains both the components of and water movement through an underground aquifer in a memorable manner. Fantastic Filtration offers great group learning with an applied experiment demonstrating water filtration like in a treatment facility. Lastly, Water Cycle Bracelets provide a visual diagram of how water continuously cycles through our environment. UAB School of Education 901 13th Street South Birmingham, AL 35294Details
Special Kids Classic Fishing Classic, Oxford Civic Center, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm