December 15, 2022
El Dorado, Kansas, United States
The Kansas Soil Health Alliance along with partners Green Cover, Ward Laboratories, Kansas WRAPS, Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever, National Deer Association, and Noble Research Institute are hosting a Wildlife Habitat and Soil Health Management Workshop in the Hubbard Welcome Center at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas. The day will feature keynote speaker Dr. Grant Woods. Drawing from his experiences as an avid hunter raised in the Ozark Mountains and his formal education and research, Dr. Woods has developed a specialty in habitat improvement and hunting techniques. For the past 10 years, he has produced GrowingDeer, a weekly, year-round show to assist hunters with hunting strategies and habitat management. Dr. Woods has formed relationships with two of the workshop’s primary sponsors, Green Cover and Ward Laboratories, to further his enhance his work. During his morning and afternoon presentations, he will share how he is using soil health practices to improve his rocky, shallow Ozark Mountain soils to improve forage production and wildlife habitat.
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