ACES Calendar

<< Saturday, November 11, 2017 >>
Event: Alabama Water Watch Water Chemistry Monitoring Workshop Start: 11/11/17 9:00am
Fee: Free End: 11/11/17 3:00pm
Calendar(s): Aquatic Resources; Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.
Address: 559 Devall Drive County: Shelby
Contact Name: Sydney Smith Phone: 334-844-4785
Event Website: Email: awwprog@auburn.edu
Description: Flo Peters is also a trainer for this workshop.

Event: Shotgun Club Start: 11/11/17 10:00am
Fee: $5 per round End: 11/11/17 1:00pm
Calendar(s): 4-H & Youth Development
Address: Cedar Hill Trap Range, 4021 CO RD 84, Russellville County: Franklin
Contact Name: Janet Lovelady Phone: 2562843572
Event Website: http://www.alabama4h.com Email: lovelj1@auburn.edu
Description: Learn firearm safety and shooting skills while practicing the sports of shooting trap. Bring a .12 gauge or .20 gauge shotgun, 2 or 3 boxes of target load ammo, safety glasses or sunglasses, and hearing protection. If you do not have your own firearm, please call to arrange to use one of the coach's and bring .12 gauge target load ammo. The club meets at Cedar Hill Trap Range, 4021 County Rd 84, Russellville. The cost is $5 per round.

Event: Small Ruminant Health and Biosecurity Measures Start: 11/11/17 2:15pm
Fee: End: 11/11/17 3:15pm
Calendar(s): Animal Science & Forages; Animal Science & Forages; Animal Science & Forages; Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.; Animal Science & Forages; Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.; Home Grounds, Gardens & Home Pests; Urban Affairs
Address: 4900 Meridian Street County: Madison
Contact Name: Maria Leite-Browning Phone: 6153362127
Event Website: Email: mll00022@aces.edu
Description: Presentation during the 2017 Heritage Livestock Conference, Williamsburg VA: Small Ruminant Health and Biosecurity Measures Farmers and producers are advised to develop a biosecurity contingency alert plan and to be prepared to manage sheep and goat health issues to prevent zoonosis, diseases transmitted between animals and humans that could pose hazards to our food supplies and negatively impact on public health.