Registration now open for all 2021 workshops

Registration for two in-person workshops is now open. The Alliance for Grassland Renewal is hosting in-person workshops in Mt. Vernon, MO on March 23 and Lexington, KY on March 25 in addition to the three-night virtual workshop on February 23-25. A previously scheduled workshop in Georgia has been canceled.

Dr. Ray Smith, University of Kentucky, presented an overview of fescue toxicosis to workshop attendees in Kentucky in 2018.

All three workshops will include discussions on tall fescue toxicosis causes, symptoms and management, as well as establishment and first year management of novel endophyte tall fescue varieties and variety selection and quality control. Other topics include on farm economics, producer highlights, product updates from seed companies and cost share programs available to producers.

Cost for attending the virtual workshop is $30 and includes a PDF of educational materials and access to the recorded presentations after the live event. In-person workshops are $65 and include lunch and printed materials. Covid restrictions will be in place and masks and social distancing will be required.

Continuing education credits for the Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) program and Veterinary CE (AAVSB RACE) have been applied for.

To learn more or to register for one of the workshops, please click the link below.


The Alliance for Grassland Renewal is a national organization focused on enhancing the appropriate adoption of novel endophyte tall fescue technology through education, incentives, self-regulation and promotion.  For more resources or to learn more about the Alliance for Grassland Renewal, go to www.grasslandrenewal.org

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