May 11, 2016
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is hosting a forum on how to make land-management decisions balanced on social, environmental and financial considerations 6 to 8 p.m., May 31 in Minden, Nev.
In many instances, agricultural land management for small-acreage landowners is a painstaking, yet rewarding hobby. The irrigation water needs to be changed, the weeds need to be controlled, the fence needs to be repaired, or the grazing animals need to be rotated to a new piece of pasture. The work never ends. Sometimes, landowners struggle balancing this “labor of love” with their day jobs, their families, their long-term goals and the community’s well-being.