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Save the Date - Riparian Workshop Feb. 26

The Plant Materials Center, NRCS, and Partners Program will be hosting a riparian restoration workshop on February 26, 2013.
 
Join Greg Fenchel and Keith White from the Los Lunas Plant Materials Center as they present restoration techniques for areas recently affected by woody plant invasives removal and/or treatments. The classroom portion of the workshop will be held at the Bureau of Land Management Office, Las Cruces District Office and the field portion will be at a recent Partners project near Las Cruces, NM. 

Topics will include:
  - Cottonwood / willow planting
  - Long stem pot installation
  - Adjacent upland restoration
  - Vibrating Stinger utility

There are no registration fees; however, participants will be required to cover their own travel expenses. If you are interested in attending please contact Santiago Misquez at 1- 575-835-1710 ext 109 or Angel Montoya at 1-575-525-4350 as soon as possible to reserve your spot.

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