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2019 Summit Registration for Individuals

 We look forward to seeing you at the Summit, Tuesday, January 15, 2019! REGISTRATION:  $30 Student     $75  Participant Register Online        Include name(s) of individuals attending, and an email address   OR Send a check, payable to CRCC to 12233 N Flynn Rd, Livermore, CA  94550.  Include name(s) of individuals attending, and an email address for receipt. See also Donations, Booth Registration, and Sponsorship Registration...

2020 Summit Registration

We look forward to seeing you at the Summit, Tuesday, January 14, 2020! If you cannot attend, please consider making a donation. $30 Student     $75  Participant Register Online (click)  OR   Send a check, payable to CRCC to 12233 N Flynn Rd, Livermore, CA  94550.  Include name(s) of individuals attending, and an email address for receipt. CRCC is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) corporation. An I9 will be sent upon request.        See also Donation, Booth Registration and Sponsorship...

February 12

Resources Guide to the Pasture Plants of Coastal San Mateo County. The beautiful guide was produced in partnership with Point Blue Conservation Service, TomKat Ranch, San Mateo Resource Conservation District, and Peninsula Open Space Trust. Livestock Protection Tools for California Ranchers. This new guide is published by UC Agriculture and Natural Resource advisors. Lions and Horses and Wolves, Oh My!   CRCC appreciates each participant and these Sponsors, especially co-sponsor, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Summit Photography Entries are posted. Plan now to enter next Summit.   The Summit presentations are posted. Here is the Coyote topic. Stephanie Larsen, Sonoma County UCCE shares Coyotes – Non-lethal control, which includes evaluation of the Marin County Livestock Protection Program, animal management and non-lethal protection strategies and more.   Related Reading about Coyotes   UCANR’s New mobile app to track close encounters with coyotes Basic Facts from the National Trappers Association How the Most Hated Animal in America Outwitted Us All – National Geographic If you missed the Summit, please consider a donation.  Workshops UCCE San Joaquin Valley Livestock Symposium:  Wednesday, Feb 21, – McCay Hall, Catheys Valley, 1:00-5:30 pm.   Thursday, Feb 22, – Kearney Research and Extension Center, Parlier, 2:00-6:30 pm.  Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 8 am – 12 pm, 1031 S. Mount Vernon Ave, Bakersfield,  8:00 am – 12:00 pm. $15 pre-registration. Details & agenda are on the registration links above. Feb 20, Santa Maria. Knocking Out Noxious Weeds Workshop, designed for ranchers and land managers it covers many valuable topics. CEU: 4 for DPR, SRM is pending. Feb 20-21, Chester, CA. Free. Introduction to Range Riding Workshop....