MUST PRE-REGISTER BY NOVEMBER 21 FOR CHEMICAL DISPOSAL!!!
It will be held at the Wilco Agronomy Center in Whiteson 1400 S HWY 99W McMinnville, OR 97128
Download the Registration Form Pesticide Collection Event
Printed copies are available at:
Yamhill SWCD: 2200 SW 2nd Street, McMinnville, OR 97128
Polk SWCD: 580 Main St. Ste A, Dallas, OR 97338
Submit Registration Forms to:
Greater Yamhill Watershed Council, PO Box 1517, McMinnville, OR 97128
Phone: (503) 474-1047
You can recycle clean, dirt and residue free, triple-rinsed plastic containers for FREE! For triple-rinse procedures, see the Ag Container Recycling Council (ARC) website at www.acrecycle.org and select the link for Container Rinsing. All size containers up to 55-gallon capacity plastic drums can be accepted. Containers need to be made from high density polyethylene (HDPE) and be embossed with recycling symbol.
For Questions and Technical Assistance Contact: Nicole Anderson at OSU Extension at (503) 553-9922 or email email@example.com. Nicole will provide confidential answers to questions and assess whether degraded chemical storage containers can be safely transported.
November 13, 2014, from 10 am – 4:30 pm – at the Willamette Valley AG Expo
Linn County Fair & Expo Center
Dr. Dan Sullivan: Applying lime to raise pH for crop production, West Side
Gary Wegner: In field pH testing methods;
Bill Brogden: (UK) Prilled lime use in Europe,
Jason Imes: New liming technology and field work.
Sign-up NOW: call Jill Lee at (360) 225— 4151 or
Free Event—Lunch provided with pre-registration.
YES, this conference is eligible for CCA Soil and Water Credits!
Register for the Conference:
Go to website: www.gardenpearls.com click on
2014 Ag Lime Conference, choose location.
Or sign in here: http://aglime.eventbrite.com
Due to a scheduling conflict with the Oregon Association of Conservation Districts Conference, the Polk SWCD will be holding its November Board meeting one week early on Nov. 5th, 2014 at 6pm. The meeting will be held at 580 Main Street, Suite A, Dallas OR 97338. Please call 503-623-9680 for more information.
Think you’ve found an invader? Report it here:
Have you seen something suspicious in your backyard or neighborhood? Are you having trouble identifying something you’ve found? Report potential invasive species you’ve found to the Online Hotline. Your submission will provide vital early detection information to the experts working to stop the next invasion before it starts.
There are three easy steps you can take to get involved:
Learn – Familiarize yourself with the potential invasive species in the areas where you live or visit frequently. Get started with the Silent Invasion Quick Guide or the GardenSmart Oregon booklet.
Look – Wherever you are – hiking in the forest, on a fishing trip or digging in your garden – keep your eye out for unusual animals or plants that you have never seen before and be prepared to take a picture and document your find.
Report – Use the Online Hotline to report your find.
If you spot a potential invasive species in Oregon, use our online form to report it. Or call our toll-free number 1-866-INVADER.