‘Take a Boater Farming’ brings Dolores River stakeholders together

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‘Take a Boater Farming’ brings Dolores River stakeholders together

Irrigation and water use discussed at Fozzie’s Farm
Jay Loschert from the Montezuma Land Conservancy talks about irrigation methods at Fozzie’s Farm during the “Take a Boater Farming” event on Oct. 12.
Jay Loschert manages Fozzie’s Farm for the Montezuma Land Conservancy. When groups come by for educational events, he’s able to get some help for the farm duties.
There is no pressurized irrigation at Fozzie’s Farm – the side rolls rely on gravity, according to Jay Loschert.
“Take a Boater Farming” attendees help to dig furrows in one of the fields at Fozzie’s Farm. The furrows help water travel from high to low ground.

‘Take a Boater Farming’ brings Dolores River stakeholders together

Jay Loschert from the Montezuma Land Conservancy talks about irrigation methods at Fozzie’s Farm during the “Take a Boater Farming” event on Oct. 12.
Jay Loschert manages Fozzie’s Farm for the Montezuma Land Conservancy. When groups come by for educational events, he’s able to get some help for the farm duties.
There is no pressurized irrigation at Fozzie’s Farm – the side rolls rely on gravity, according to Jay Loschert.
“Take a Boater Farming” attendees help to dig furrows in one of the fields at Fozzie’s Farm. The furrows help water travel from high to low ground.
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