The New Mexico Sustainable Agriculture Conference, WSARE
December 12, 2018, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
UNM Valencia Campus, 280 La Entrada Rd., Los Lunas, NM 87031
Topics will include:
Management Intensive Grazing; Bison, A Sustainable Choice?; Marketing the Grass-fed Label; Is Supplemental Feeding a Sustainable Way to Deal with Drought?; Using Guardian Animals to Protect Flocks; Launching a Legal Dairy; Breed Selection for Increased Sustainability; When Is It Time to Call the Vet?; Grazing Poultry; Meeting Regulations in Egg Production; and, Fencing Options for Pastured Livestock. In addition a panel of SARE Grant awardees will talk about their work supported by SARE grants.
Presenters will include:
Holistic Management Producer George Whitten; Amy Wright, Triangle P Cattle Company; Charles Mallery, El Morro Valley Ranch; Antonio Manzanares, Shepherd’s Lamb; Patricia Pantano, Camino de Paz; Nancy Coonridge, Coonridge Organic Goat Cheese; Dr. Tim Hanosh, Director, Veterinary Diagnostic Services, NMDA; John McMullin, Embudo Valley Organics; Ray Johnson, Director, NMDA Consumer Services; Leonard Lauriault, Superintendent, Agricultural Science Center at Tucumcari; Joseph Alfaro, Valle Encantado Farms, Dr. Derek Bailey, RGSC Professor of Animal and Range Sciences, NMSU; Melanie Kirby, Rocky Mountain Survivor Queenbee Cooperative.
Jim Freeburn, the Western SARE Professional Development Coordinator, and rancher in Ft. Laramie, Wyoming will deliver the Keynote address.
Please register here for more information, the conference schedule and directions to the conference:
A free lunch will be provided and posters featuring the work of NMSU students researching sustainable
agriculture will be available for viewing.
If you are an individual with a disability and need an auxiliary aid or service, please contact Laurie Novak at
575-646-1715 by Dec. 6, 2018.