10 Acres and a Dream 

Workshop Page

This three-part online workshop is designed to help participants learn how to thrive in a rural setting and make their land ownership dreams come true! 

Time: 9 am - 12 pm PST / 10 am - 1 pm MST

Workshop Schedule

Friday, May 1: Introduction to Ten Acres and a Dream, Forestry, and Landowner Experiences

Friday, May 15: All About Soils and Growing Crops

Friday, May 29: Livestock Production & Management-Intensive Grazing Practices

 

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Presentation Recordings and Resources

10 Acres & A Dream Resource Document 

Friday, May 1: Intro, Forestry & Landowner Panel

Living on the Land & Idaho Panhandle Forestry Fundamentals - Chris Schnepf

Recording

Slides - Part 1

Slides - Part 2

Homesteading Planning & Principles - Sean Mitzel

Recording

Slides (coming soon)

Landowner Panel Discussion (Q & A)

Recording

Friday, May 15: All About Crops & Soils

Growing Fruits, Vegetables and Other Crops on Small Acreages & Season

Extension Tools - Jen Jensen

Recording

Slides

What's Under Your Feet? An Introduction to Web Soil Survey - Kate Painter

Recording 

Slides

Web Soil Survey Guide

Panel Discussion - Kate Painter, Jen Jensen & Colette DePhelps

Friday, May 29: Livestock Production and Management Intensive Grazing

An Overview of Livestock Species - Rebecca Mills

Recording

Slides

Livestock Handout

Space and BCS for Livestock Handout

Rotational Grazing for Small Acreages - Samantha Ball

Recording

Slides

Getting Started with Silvopasture - Tess Hahn

Recording

Slides

 

Panel Discussion - Rebecca Mills, Samantha Ball, Tess Hahn

Recording

Idaho Cultivating Success™ is a partnership of University of Idaho and Rural Roots  

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