Upcoming opportunities for CEU training, tests
Producers who have private applicator licenses may soon receive renewal notices. If you have not received all of your Continuing Education Units, or CEU hours, you may need to attend some of these upcoming programs to make sure you have the required amount of training.
2010 will also mark the first year that individuals who received their licenses after October 2005 will have licenses that will expire on their anniversary date, rather than on Feb. 28.
Below is a list of events coming up in the next two months.
Jan. 14, Feral Hog Seminar—Saints Cyril & Methodius Parish Hall, Granger, 5:30 p.m. Registration, 2 CEU’s (1 L&R, 1 Gen). Cost $5.
Jan. 19 Winter Feeding Strategy for Cow/Calf—Williamson County Extension Office, Georgetown, Noon meal followed by Program. Cost $10.
Jan. 19 & 26, Tri- County Crops Seminar—Brazos County Expo Center, Bryan, 2 CEUs per event, Free.
Jan. 21, Vegetable/Fruit Production Shortcourse—Taylor City Hall, 2 CEU’s (1 IPM, 1 Gen), Cost $10.
Jan. 22, Private Applicator Licensing Course—Bell County Extension Office, Belton, Cost $40.
Jan. 26, Bell County Crops & Livestock Conference—Bell County Expo Center, Belton, 5 CEUs (1 L&R, 1 IPM, 3 Gen) Cost $15, $20 late.
Jan. 27, Professional Grounds Conference— Bell County Expo Center, Belton, 5 CEUs (1 L&R, 4 Gen) Must pre-register, cost $25. Contact Williamson County Extension Office for more information.
Jan. 29, Brazos Valley CEU Conference— Burleson County Fair EXPO Center, Caldwell, 5 CEUs (1 L&R, 2 IPM, 2 Gen), cost $25-pre, $35 at the door.
Feb. 9-10, Blackland Income Growth Conference—Heart of Texas Coliseum, Waco, up to 6 CEU available, cost $15.
Feb. 24-25, Last Chance CEU Meetings— Milam County Extension Office, Cameron, four 3-hour CEU sessions, $5 per session.
March 12, Milam/Falls Improved Forage Management Clinic, details
If you have any questions, please call me at 254-697- 7045.