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Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension offer workshop on agroforestry practices

   

A line of people planting seedlings in a field Volunteers help plant a woody floral riparian buffer, one example of how incorporating trees into agricultural systems can provide both environmental and economic benefits.

Landowners interested in learning more about two agroforestry practices — silvopasture and riparian buffers — can attend a daylong workshop on Saturday, Nov. 8 in Warrenton hosted by Virginia Tech’s Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation and Virginia Cooperative Extension.

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