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Soil microbiologist Christine Jones will be at Noble Research Institute June 26th for a Soil Health Conference. The cost is $25. https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=2432059.

If you find useful events in OK let's post them here. This is too far for me to go but maybe someone else can make it.
 
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http://osucowcamp.okstate.edu/cow-calf-boot-camp.
I will let you know how this goes. It is full. If you are interested in the next one get on the mailing list and sign up as soon as you get the email as it sells out fast.
 
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Okies for Monarchs are having Meet-ups in October and November. Here is the info page.
Okies For Monarchs Meet-ups
 
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The Nature Conservancy and the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa are having a number of events together around the Bierstadt painting exhibition which goes from November to February. Here is a bit of the blurb: "The Nature Conservancy is excited to team up with the Gilcrease Museum for one of the most highly anticipated exhibitions on the 2018 calendar—Albert Bierstadt: Witness to a Changing West. While Bierstadt is most widely known for his beautiful landscape paintings of the American West, this exhibition examines him as a painter of history and shows how his work approached the conservation issues of his day."
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Experience Bierstadt at Gilcrease Museum
 
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