Event Title: Drought Survival & Rainfall Collection Workshop
AT-VMS: AT: Hill Country Chapter Other Approved Training (Enter AT#, Class Title as posted, Location, and Presenter)
Comments: AT23-322 Drought Survival & Rainfall Collection Workshop, Junction, Presenters: Mark Moseley, Bill Kniffen (AT=3h)
Event Date: 9/27/2023
Event Time: 9:00a-12:00p
Learn how to survive drought and all about rainwater catchment systems.
Mark Moseley is a retired range conservationist, USDA-NRCS. Born and raised on a small place near Rochelle, graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in range and wildlife management in 1973. He started with the NRCS in 1974 and worked in several locations and states including Junction, San Angelo, Stillwater and Oklahoma, retiring in 2015 after 42 years. He is currently the Chairman of McCulloch Soil & Water Conservation District.
Bill Kniffen is a retired Texas Agrilife Extension Service Water Resour Specialist with a focus on rainwater catchment education. He is the past vice president and education committee chairman for the American Rainwater Catchment Sytems Association (ARCSA), conducting educational workshops, trainings and installing demonstration rainwater collection systems all across Texas, the United States and provides support internationally. He co-authored the Rainwater Harveting: System Planning Manual used in training rainwater professionals and the technical trainings provided by ARCSA.
Cost: Suggested donation of $10.00/person
Register @: Register at https://ulswcd.com/ or at the door
902 College St.
Junction, TX 76849
Llano River Watershed Alliance