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Diving Deep into Water Solutions: Water Workshop Event

Water management is a critical aspect of sustainable agriculture, and it concerns not only those working the land but also non-operator landowners (NOLOs). We are excited to share that some of our esteemed partners will be hosting a Water Workshop event that holds great value for NOLOs. Join us as we highlight the significance of this workshop, which covers four essential topics: livestock water quality, water infrastructure, NRCS water specifications & recommendations, and portable water & storage.

Livestock Water Quality:

Ensuring clean and safe water sources for livestock is crucial for their health and well-being. This workshop segment will delve into the importance of maintaining high water quality standards. Attendees will gain insights into water quality testing, the impact of contaminants on livestock, and strategies to ensure the health of animals on their land.

Water Infrastructure:

Efficient water management systems rely on well-designed and maintained infrastructure. Our partners will provide valuable insights into setting up and managing water infrastructure for agricultural and farming operations. Discover innovations in irrigation systems, water storage solutions, and distribution networks that can enhance the value and productivity of your property.

NRCS Water Specifications & Recommendations:

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) plays a pivotal role in promoting sustainable water management practices. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of NRCS water specifications and recommendations. Learn how these guidelines can help improve water efficiency, conservation, and compliance, safeguarding the long-term value of your land.

Portable Water & Storage:

Flexibility in water supply is essential, especially for landowners who may face varying conditions. This workshop segment introduces attendees to portable water solutions and storage options. Discover how to set up portable water systems to meet the needs of your property, ensuring resilience in different situations.

Event Details:

  • Date: October 5, 2023

  • Time: 10 AM - 2 PM

  • Location: Drew Anderson Ranch, located 9 miles south of Lemmon, SD and 7.7 miles east on Lemmon Lake road.

  • Hosted by: Perkins County Conservation District, South Dakota Grasslands Coalition, Ducks Unlimited, and South Dakota State University Extension

  • Registration: $35.00, Free to Grassland Coalition Members - Lunch is included with registration. RSVP for meals by September 29th!

  • RSVP to Perkins County Conservation District: (605) 244-5222 ext. 3 or

This Water Workshop event is a valuable opportunity for NOLOs to gain insights from experts and network with professionals passionate about responsible land and water management. By attending, you can enhance the value of your land, protect your investments, and contribute to sustainable practices!


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