In our fourth running of this acclaimed course featuring lead Instructor Kirk Gadzia, SWGLA will be conducting workshops on the Navajo Nation and open to all who are interested. The course will cover basic principles of Holistic Land Management and Planning, adapting to climate changes and resources for marketing local/grass-fed livestock products.
SESSION 3 October 7-8: Shiprock: Financial Planning and Grass-fed/Local Marketing Options.
Learn Holistic Financial Planning Principles and advanced grass-fed/local product marketing options and strategies. Join the Department of Natural Resources in Shiprock for onsite exercises and a tour of one of their land management units.
Reduced rates of $275/person for all Dine/Navajo participants (full 3-session course) and $375 for all others, with registration by May 20th. After May 20th, the fee is $325 and $425, respectively. Limited reduced-fee scholarships available for students and individuals with demonstrated financial need.
Because this course is designed as an ongoing 6-day (3 sessions) learning series, registrants should plan on attending all three sessions. If you are unable to attend one of the learning sessions, you may still receive all printed materials and hand-outs, or can elect to send someone else in your place.
REGISTER EARLY AS COURSE IS LIMITED TO JUST 30 PARTICIPANTS. ALL ARE WELCOME TO REGISTER – WHETHER YOU RAISE SHEEP OR CATTLE OR ARE SIMPLY INTERESTED IN HEALTHY LAND AND LIFE MANAGEMENT & PLANNING.
*To register for the first session only You may register for the first session individually for $125/person (Navajo) or $175/person (all others) based on a space available basis.
A deposit of $100 is required to hold the space, with the remaining amount due on or before the first day of the course (June 3). A payment plan can also be arranged.
Registration fee includes lunch each day of the course (6 total), printed and electronic materials and ranch field days for all sessions. The registration fee does not include transportation, hotel stay-overs or other meals. Registrants should arrange for own transportation and hotel if needed.