Frontier Extension offers burn school in Garnett

Photo by Matthew Fowler, Emporia Gazette.

Burning of native grasses in our area goes back hundreds of years and is responsible for the development of the grassy Great Plains. Frontier Extension District will hold a meeting to discuss the reasons to burn, how to plan and conduct a prescribed burn, and how to be safe while burning, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 24, 2016, at the community building on the Anderson County Fairgrounds, Garnett.

Reservations are required by Feb. 19. The first 30 people to register will be admitted free of charge; others will be charged $10 for reference materials.

A chili lunch will be available and donations to cover meal costs will be accepted.

To register or for more information, call Rod Schaub, Frontier Extension District agent, at 785-828-4438, or Debbie Davis, Anderson County Conservation District, at 785-448-6323.

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