Sep 28, 2021 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
$15 or sliding scale
This class will provide an overview of existing drought conditions in Jackson County and will present a variety of actions that may be taken by water users and land managers to prepare for future droughts. The focus will be on planning considerations, water conservation costs, and practices, as well as funding opportunities. Via ZOOM!
There will be plenty of time for Q&A.
Paul DeMaggio is a registered agricultural engineer, certified irrigation designer, and certified agricultural irrigation specialist with over eight years of experience in Jackson County. He is currently working as the Soil and Water Conservation Engineer at Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District.
Meghan Montgomery has a master’s degree in Natural Resource Conservation from the University of Montana, and she has extensive experience in working with individual agricultural producers and agricultural communities, both locally and internationally. She is currently working as the Agricultural Resource Conservationist at Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District.