South Central New York Silvopasture Tour

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South Central New York Silvopasture Tour

Time: August 20, 2020 to August 21, 2020
Location: South Central New York
Phone: 607-742-3657
Event Type: field, tour
Organized By: Cornell Cooperative Extension
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2020

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Save the dates!  The 2-day multi-farm silvopasture tour originally planned for this September as mentioned in the recent AFTA newsletter (https://www.aftaweb.org/latest-newsletter/current-newsletter.html) has been moved to next August 20 & 21st.  

This tour will feature several diverse grazing farms that utilize hundreds of acres of silvopasturing to support their operations.  

Full details and registration information will be posted here by mid-January. 

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