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CEU Opportunity
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 • Posted November 19, 2008

The Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Llano County, will sponsor a CEU Conference on Tuesday, December 2, 2008, at the American Legion Hall in Llano.

This program will be for individuals who possess a valid private applicators license, a commercial applicators license, or a non-commercial applicators license, and would like continuing education units (CEUs) to help with fulfilling their recertification requirements.

Speakers will be Billy Kniffen, Extension Program Specialist - Water Resource Management with the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, discussing “Rainwater Harvesting”; W.L. Stribling, Texas Department of Licensing & Regulations, will discuss “Water Wells - Laws and Regulations and Proper Construction to Prevent Contamination”; Dr. Jim Gallagher, Assistant Wildlife Specialist with Texas AgriLife Extension Service will discuss “Predator and Pest Control”; Wade Hibler, Burnet County Extension Agent will discuss “Fertilizer Additives”; and a Texas Department of Agriculture representative will discuss “Laws & Regulations” of pesticide use.

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the program will begin at 9:00 a.m. Five (5) CEUs will be offered: 3 General, 1 Laws and Regulations, and 1 Integrated Pest Management. The cost of this program will be $20.00 per participant, which includes the registration fee, refreshments, and lunch.

Please contact the Llano County Extension Office at 325-247-5159 as soon as possible to pre-register for this conference. The registration fee may be paid at the time of the conference. Please contact the Extension Office if you need any additional information.

Educational programs of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, or national origin. If you need any special accommodations, please contact Jamie Osbourn at 325-247-5159 as soon as possible so we can consider your request.

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