COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri Extension will offer a three-night webinar series on “Establishing and Maintaining Food Plots for Wildlife.”

The series, 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26 to Thursday, Oct. 28, is intended to help landowners design, establish and maintain food plots for deer, turkey and other wild game. Topics include planting and site selection, wildlife nutrition, landscape design for wildlife, maintenance and rotation of food plots and soils.

Speakers are Karlin Dawson, outreach specialist for the National Deer Association, MU Extension agronomist Gatlin Bunton and MU Extension natural resources specialist Sarah Havens.

Registration is available at tinyurl.com/benknyrn. More information is available by contacting Havens at havenss@missouri.edu or 573-458-6260.

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