- Associated Press - Friday, May 6, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition is hosting a summer grazing tour to teach ranchers and bird enthusiasts about successful grazing practices and wildlife habitats.

The event has been set for June 14 in the Nebraska Sandhills near Thedford. The full day event will include a birding route, family ranch visits and an evening banquet with a guest speaker.

The Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition promotes proper grazing techniques as key to wildlife and bird habitat, vegetation diversity and increased water quality.

Pre-registration is due June 6h and costs $15 for the full event. Interested individuals can sign up online by visiting www.SandhillsTaskForce.org, or by contacting Shelly Kelly at [email protected] or 308-214-0065.

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