Northern Co-Hort to host Regenerative Ranching School with Steve Kenyon

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northern Environmental Action Team’s Northern Co-Hort is hosting Steve Kenyon to offer two custom two-day Regenerative Grazing Schools on March 2 & 3 or 2 & 4, 2020 at the Northern Grand Hotel.

According to event organizers, during the two-day workshops, Kenyon will teach you the concepts and principals of regenerative grazing to support your creation of a cell design and water system specific to your ranch.

In order to participate, attendees are reminded to print and bring an aerial view copy of their ranch or operation.

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The cost to attend the Regenerative Grazing Schools workshop is $200.00 per farm unit, which includes two spaces and a locally-sourced lunch.

To register and for more information, you can visit neat.ca.

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