UNION — Women ranchers from Baker, Union and Wallowa counties are invited to gather Oct. 5 in Union for a day of community building and hands-on learning, according to a press release.

The gathering, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., is the second in a series of events aimed to give women in ranching additional tools to build ranch resilience through regenerative practices. Participants will see how tools for working within local ecosystem processes are applied, including on-ranch soil monitoring and testing, forage evaluation and other methods to inform decision-making.

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