The 17th annual Three Rivers Grazing Conference sponsored by University of Idaho Extension will take place Tuesday, March 28th, in Lewiston, ID. Meranda Small with UI Extension said after hitting the pause button because of COVID-19, they had a variety of people reach out, asking that the all-day conference returns.


“The conference is just kind of geared to speak to whatever current issues are arising within our various segments of the industry, related to grazing capacity.  Whether that's been predators in the past or implementing new practices or technologies.”


Small added not only will producers hear from researchers and extension specialists, but there will also be a trade show, allowing ranchers to interact with products and have their questions answered.  Audra Cochran with UI Extension added the Grazing Conference is a great investment of time.


“I think it's just a really great way to stay abreast on what is happening within your industry and looking forward to new practices that can really make you progressive and interactive in the field and give you some value added back to either your farm or your ranch or your grazing operation.” 


The Three Rivers Grazing Conference takes place at the Lewis Clark State College Activity Center on 9th Ave. In Lewiston.  The trade show starts at 8 a.m., the first speaker is slated for 9 a.m. 


For more, to register, or to have your questions you'd like answered, contact:


Meranda Small – Idaho County Extension
E-mail or call (208) 983-2667

Audra Cochran – Lewis County Extension
E-mail or call (208) 937-2311


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