W. SARE Regional Training Coordinator
> The second part of our SARE/ACE broadcast "Sustainable
>Agriculture, Train the Trainers: Part TWO - Showcase of projects in
>Western States" will be aired on APRIL 10 1995. It will be released
>on C BAND at 1-3PM (Eastern Daylight Time) and on KU BAND at 6-8PM
>(Eastern Daylight Time) This split broadcast is made possible for
>convenience in reception format.
> Contributing states will each have a short segment in the program
>to run a presentation concerning sustainable agriculture projects,
>research, or work in their respective state.
> Tenative topics are slated to include:
> - Colorado State University: Sustainable Agroecosystem
> Management of Dryland Farming.
> - University of Wyoming: Sustainable - IPM, Reclanmation,
> Grazing, Trap Crops, Weed Control, etc.
> - University of Nevada/Reno: Sustainable agreements between
> producers and other entities.
> - New Mexico State University: High desert range improvement
> and small producer sustainability vs development.
> - Montana State University: Producer participation in ranch
> sustainability and committee participation.
> - Utah State University: Cover crops for winter soil
> stability, and peas as a rotation crop for soil nutrients.
> - University of Arizona: Short season rotation of barley with
> cotton production.
> These topics may vary slightly. But the scenery, project
>diversity, and variety of approaches and projects should prove
>interesting viewing. Actual coordinates for satellite will be
>released as soon as I recieve them.
> Thank You,
> Scott Cotton
> Extension Program Assoc.
> University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service
> Laramie, WY.
> STAY TUNED MORE MORE INFO.