The Kickapoo Valley Reserve will host a Ralph Nuzum Lecture Series program entitled “Can Managed Grazing Improve Soil Health and Water Quality in the Driftless Area?” on Saturday, Sept. 26.
The talk will begin at 10 a.m. Preregistration is required.
Randy Jackson of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agronomy will discuss the Weister Creek habitat restoration site on the west edge of the KVR. The site borders a private grazing operation and a high-quality trout stream.
Those attending the talk should meet at the intersection of County Highway P and 24 Valley Road. The program involves some walking on uneven surfaces.
To register, email [email protected] or call (608) 625-2960.
Due to Covid-19, only 25 people can attend the talk.
The program is free and brought to you by the Kickapoo Valley Reforestation (Nuzum) Fund, the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, and the Friends of the KVR.