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Pasture Walks

Pasture walks are very popular in the horse community as they provide an opportunity for you to see how others manage their pastures and learn about everything from pasture planning and development through toxic plant identification and fencing options. The University of Maryland Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Site was created specifically to teach the local community about proper pasture care so it is the perfect place to learn! The pasture walks are hosted by experts from University of Maryland Extension and Soil Conservation. The pasture walks are always free, and take-home educational materials are provided.  

Check back for our next pasture walk event!
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