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This year’s event will be held June 11-13 in Miles City, Mont.

MSU News Service

March 29, 2024

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Registration is open for the three-day 406 Grazing Academy, an annual workshop aimed at ranchers seeking to hone their grazing management skills and learn new strategies. This year’s event will be held June 11-13 in Miles City, and registration is open until April 26.

Registration costs $200 per person and includes materials, a range monitoring kit, and lunch and dinner each day of the workshop. Those interested in attending can register here.

Montana State University Extension will host the workshop alongside the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, with support from the Dan Scott Ranch Management Program in MSU’s Department of Animal and Range Sciences. This year’s program will include speakers and a field portion designed for hands-on learning.

Participants are responsible for travel and hotel costs. A block of rooms is available at the Miles City Inn & Suites with code “406 Grazing Academy.” A limited number of scholarships are also available through the Montana Rural Employment Opportunities program.

For information, contact Rachel Frost, Dan Scott Ranch Management Program: [email protected]; Jeff Mosley, Department of Animal and Range Sciences: [email protected]; or Stacey Barta, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation: [email protected] or 406- 594-8481.

Source: Montana State University

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