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January 15, 2014
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Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events



MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Research and Extension is offering these events, available to all interested persons. For more information about these, as well as more localized events, check with your local K-State Research and Extension office.

Horticulture Events

* Jan. 30 – Spring Gardening Classes – Wichita – 316-660-0138 or http://2014springgardening.eventbrite.com

* Feb. 8 - Central Kansas Market Vegetable Growers Workshop - Wichita - 316-660-0100 or http://2014ckmvgw.eventbrite.com

* Feb. 13 - Planting & Preserving Workshop - Wichita - 317-660-0100 or http://plantpreserve.eventbrite.com

* Feb. 14-16 – Kansas Garden Show – Topeka – 785-232-0062 ext. 104 or jamiehan@ksu.edu

* March 14-16 – Outdoor Living & Landscape Show – Wichita – 316-660-0100

* March 19 – Youth Lawn Mowing Clinic – Wichita - 316-660-0100

* March 22 – Grow Good Food Workshop – Wichita - 316-660-0100

* April 5 – Tree Festival – Wichita - 316-660-0100

* May 3 – Herb Day – Wichita - 316-660-0100

* May 16-18 – Garden Tour – Wichita - 316-660-0100

* July 26 – Tomato Day – Wichita - 316-660-0100


Agriculture Events

* Jan. 16 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Maple Hill – 785-765-3821 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 16 - Lease Workshop - Westmoreland – 785-457-3319 or ajsexten@ksu.edu

* Jan. 21 – Cover Your Acres Conference – Oberlin – 785-462-6281 or www.northwest.ksu.edu/CoverYourAcres 

* Jan. 21 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Eureka – 620-583-7455 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 21 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Hepler – 620-223-3720 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 21 - Lease Workshop - Baldwin – 785-843-7058 or bwood@ksu.edu

* Jan. 21 – Cover Your Acres Conference – Oberlin – 785-462-6281 or www.northwest.ksu.edu/CoverYourAcres

* Jan. 22 – Winter Livestock Feeding and Care – Topeka – 785-232-0062

* Jan. 23 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Downs – 785-738-3597 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 23 - Lease Workshop - Emporia – 620-341-3220 or brees@ksu.edu

* Jan. 25 – Women in Agriculture – Liberal – 620-624-5604 or kharrison@ksu.edu

* Jan. 28 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Colby – 785-460-4582 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 28 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Ness City – 785-222-2710 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 28 – Ag Profitability Conference – Lyons – 620-257-5131 or lshoemak@ksu.edu

* Jan. 29 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Wichita – 316-660-0153 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 29 – Ag Profitability Conference – Madison – 620-583-7455 or akcurry@ksu.edu

* Jan. 30 – Ag Profitability and Stewardship Conference – Winfield - http://bit.ly/1l1PvUG or jazimmer@ksu.edu

* Jan. 30 – North Central Kansas Experiment Field Update – Belleville – 785-587-7428 or dpeterso@ksu.edu 

* Jan. 30 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Greensburg – 620-723-2156 or www.ksubeef.org

* Jan. 30 – Pasture Management – Clay Center – 785-325-2121 or robinreid@ksu.edu

* Jan. 30 – Excel Workshop – Garnett – 785-448-6826 or sblocker@ksu.edu

* Feb. 4 - Lease Workshop - Leoti – 620-375-2724 or abaker@ksu.edu

* Feb. 5 – Ag Profitability Conference – Garden City – 620-272-3670 or coltrain@ksu.edu

* Feb. 11 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Cottonwood Falls – 620-273-6491 or www.ksubeef.org

* Feb. 11 - Lease Workshop - Hutchinson – 620-662-2371 or cbarilla@ksu.edu

* Feb. 12 – Winter Ranch Management Seminar – Concordia – 785-325-2121 or www.ksubeef.org

* Feb. 20 – Ag Profitability Conference – Hillsboro – 620-382-2325 or rroberts@ksu.edu

* Feb. 25 – Ag Profitability Conference – Pratt – 620-672-6121 or mploger@ksu.edu

* Feb. 25 – Pasture Management – Aurora – 785-325-2121 or robinreid@ksu.edu

* Feb. 27 - Ram II Workshop - Scott City - jbeckman@ksu.edu or 620-872-2930

* March 4 - Lease Workshop - Concordia – 785-325-2121 or robinreid@ksu.edu

* April 3 – Pasture Management – Clay Center – 785-325-2121 or robinreid@ksu.edu  

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K-State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well-being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K-State campus, Manhattan.

Story by: Elaine Edwards
elainee@ksu.edu
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Mary Lou Peter – mlpeter@ksu.edu; Katie Allen - katielynn@ksu.edu