Research Study Details Potential Outcome When Islamic Population Reaches 16%

Back in the early late 80s/early 90s, a Russian General predicted that “one day, the Russian soldier will meet the American soldier on the battlefield — as allies against Islam. That as one smart General. — jtl, 419

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Open, free, democratic societies are particularly vulnerable. “When politically correct, tolerant, and culturally diverse societies agree to Muslim demands for their religious privileges, some of the other components tend to creep in as well,” he notes.

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteThe Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsCombat Shooter's HandbookBack in the early late 80s/early 90s, a Russian General predicted that “one day, the Russian soldier will meet the American soldier on the battlefield — as allies against Islam. That as one smart General. — jtl, 419

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualEnvironmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewAccording to Nikoletta Incze, who conducted the Research study, when the population of a country reaches 16% Islamic there may be no stopping it from becoming an Islamic state.

Incze is a researcher for the Centre for the Study of Political Islam, created by Bill Warner, a known critic if American Islam. He currently sees massive “Islamisation” in Europe, regarding the biggest difference NOW is that there’s no one resisting…

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Las Cruces, New Mexico migrant dropoffs spur plea for donations

Las Cruces is not a sanctuary city that rebuffs federal officials carrying out deportation orders.
Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits I have a solution: A series of bunkers with interlocking fields of fire spanning the entire border. — jtl, 419

In this Friday, April 12, 2019 photo, migrants wait in line to get drinks after being dropped off by the Border Patrol at the Gospel Rescue Mission in Las Cruces, N.M. The U.S. Border Patrol agents dropped off asylum-seeking migrants in New Mexico's second most populous city for the second day in a row Saturday, April 13, 2019 prompting Las Cruces city officials to appeal for donations of food and personal hygiene items. The migrants were being temporarily housed at a homeless shelter, a city recreation center and a campus of social service agencies. (Blake Gumprecht/The Las Cruces Sun News via AP)
In this Friday, April 12, 2019 photo, migrants wait in line to get drinks after being dropped off by the Border Patrol at the Gospel Rescue Mission in Las Cruces, N.M. The U.S. Border Patrol agents dropped off asylum-seeking migrants … more >

– Associated Press – Sunday, April 14, 2019

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewLAS CRUCES, N.M. — Border Patrol agents dropped off asylum-seeking migrants in New Mexico’s second most populous city for the second day in a row Saturday, prompting Las Cruces city officials to appeal for donations of food and personal hygiene items and a state medical program to seek volunteers to provide health assessments of migrants.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)  The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3) The migrants were being temporarily housed at a homeless shelter in Las Cruces, a city recreation center and a campus of social service agencies, city officials said in a statement.

The statement said 83 migrants arrived Saturday, following about 95 who were dropped off by the Border Patrol on Friday at the Gospel Rescue Mission homeless shelter and the Community of Hope campus.

The Las Cruces Sun-News reported Las Cruces churches for months have been providing temporary shelter to migrants released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention but that Friday was the first time that the Border Patrol vans dropped off migrants at the homeless shelter.

City spokesman Udell Vigil said Saturday that migrants could be arriving “for the next several days.”

Las Cruces is not a sanctuary city that rebuffs federal officials carrying out deportation orders.

Some migrants were taken to Meerscheidt Recreation Center, which the statement said was closed to the public because of its use as temporary housing for migrants. The closing forced cancellation of a T-ball on-site registration event that was scheduled Saturday.

The statement said needed items included utensils, napkins, paper plates, sanitary napkins, shampoo, clothing, towels, blankets, canned food, bottled water, foam padding for bedding and stuffed toys.

The Border Patrol announced Thursday it would release migrants in southern New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas, pending their future court hearings because of Immigration and Customs “capacity issues.”

In another development, the state Department of Health in Santa Fe on Saturday appealed for health care professionals such as pediatricians, nurses and EMTs to join a state-run volunteer registry involved “in the humanitarian mission by providing medical screening support services to migrants in New Mexico.”

Bobbie MacKenzie, volunteer coordinator for the New Mexico Medical Reserve Corps, said the appeal made Saturday was aimed at augmenting the current ranks of volunteers so they don’t get burned out.

“We need more. This is going to be an ongoing event,” MacKenzie told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. “We’re trying to not to inundate and overwhelm the volunteers.”

Most of the current volunteers helping provide health assessments of migrants in Las Cruces are from that area but some are from as far away as Albuquerque, she said.

Albuquerque, New Mexico’s most populous city, is 192 miles (308 kilometers) north of Las Cruces.

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Song for Today: Gene Watson – Starting New Memories Today

 

A Handbook for Ranch ManagersLand & Livestock International, Inc is offering a “Free” week-long ranch management-planned grazing seminar- workshop.

What follows is a business model we have been following that has worked very well for us and for our clientele.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualWe are seeking individual ranchers to sponsor/host workshops . The sponsor/host (and spouse or key employee) get the training at his/her ranch for no charge. This is an extra special benefit to the host as his/her land will be used for the “lab” work and hands on demonstrations. This provides a great start in the implementation of his/her program.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewIn return, he/she takes care of the logistics involved in putting on the event. This includes arranging for the venue, booking a block of rooms for lodging, arranging for meals (if any), putting out the advertising, setting and collecting the fees and so forth.

We are then responsible for putting on the workshop.

During the interim we will each keep track of our out of pocket costs (from our end, that will be mostly travel and lodging). Then, when it is all over, we both are reimbursed our out of pocket costs and split any funds remaining 50:50.

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40 Facts That Prove That America’s Moral Collapse Is Spinning Wildly Out Of Control

And, thanks to radical feminism, the other two have very little influence. — jtl, 419

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At this point, approximately one out of every three children in the United States lives in a home without a father.

And, thanks to radical feminism, the other two have very little influence. — jtl, 419


Combat Shooter's HandbookReconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteThe Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits   According to a brand new survey that was just conducted by the Pew Research Center, 77 percent of all Americans are either “very worried” or “fairly worried” about America’s moral health.  Of course the truth is that we should all be deeply concerned, because we can see evidence of the cancerous moral decay that is eating away at the foundations of our society all around us.  In life, each one of A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualEnvironmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View us gets to make choices, and some of those choices can lead to very bad outcomes.  We all have old friends that “got on the wrong path”, and their lives ended up becoming cautionary tales.  Well, the same principle applies…

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Song for Today: Gene Watson “You Gave Me a Mountain” Live on CFR

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‘Music City’ Doesn’t Want You Making Music at Home

In August 2015, Shaw received a letter from the Department of Codes and Building Inspection informing him that his studio was an unpermitted home business and was therefore illegal. Shaw was given two weeks to cease and desist his recording operations or else face daily fines of $50 and potentially be taken to court….
This rule was passed in 1998 as part of a comprehensive overhaul of the city’s zoning code. It’s also a provision that appears to be unique to Nashville.
A Handbook for Ranch ManagersZoning and Building Codes = pure unadulterated New World Order Horse Shit–aka Communism in the 1st Degree. Where I live, code inspectors (especially those who refuse to turn their heads) usually don’t last very long. We have a reputation for having a propensity something like the age old American tradition of Tar and Feathers.
We do have a growing segment of the population representing Carpetbaggers, Scalawags, burnt out 60 model hippies, busybodies that fouled their nests in places like Austin, Dallas and Houston and now they want to come out here and teach us how to do it to ours. Likely candidates for the tar pit. — jtl, 419 
by Christian Britschgi at Reason

A Nashville producer challenges the city’s crazy ban on commercial home recording studios.

Adam LivingstonAdam LivingstonElijah ‘Lij’ Shaw came to Nashville in the 1990s to study music. At first, that meant spending a lot of time on the road. “The first decade of my career, [I was] traveling all over the place and interacting with major record labels and sort of going where ever work would take me,” he says.

Eventually, Shaw built The Toy Box, a soundproofed home studio located in his detached garage. Being able to work at home, he says, allowed him the opportunity to raise his daughter while still tapping into one of the world’s best music scenes, bringing stability to an unpredictable business.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual“Nashville is one of the few places remaining in the world where some of the very best musicians get together face to face to make music,” says Shaw, who has worked with recording artists ranging from Jack White to Wilco to Adele. “That’s why I wanted to be here and why I wanted to create a home studio.”

But for the last four years, the city of Nashville has been trying to shut that studio down.

Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits In August 2015, Shaw received a letter from the Department of Codes and Building Inspection informing him that his studio was an unpermitted home business and was therefore illegal. Shaw was given two weeks to cease and desist his recording operations or else face daily fines of $50 and potentially be taken to court.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View“My heart just dropped completely,” Shaw says. “For the next week I couldn’t even sleep, like what am I going to do? This is my entire life, this is my everything.”

After the letter came a phone call from a code enforcement officer, followed by a home inspection, and then a mounting series of demands from officials. Shaw was told to remove recording equipment from his house, strip his prices and address off his business’ website, and take videos of his studio recordings off his YouTube channel. Failure to comply would mean fines and possibly even jail time.

Shaw had violated an obscure provision in Nashville’s zoning code that bans home businesses from serving clients on site. The code effectively outlaws his studio and thousands of others like it in a city made famous for its music. As written, it may even prevent home studio owners from inviting fellow musicians into their homes.

He and another local entrepreneur are now suing the city with the help of a libertarian law firm, the Institute for Justice. Their suit claims that Nashville’s home business ban is an unconstitutional restriction on the right to earn a living. More than that, the suit is an attempt to protect Nashville’s storied music scene from outdated zoning codes that segregate cities into commercial and residential categories while criminalizing the sort of creative spontaneity from which great music is born.

Making Music in Music City

Nashville is home to one of the world’s biggest, most successful music scenes. One study found the music industry contributes some $5.5 billion a year to the local economy. The place has played a crucial role in the development of country music, and artists from Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan to Taylor Swift have recorded there, helping give Nashville its famous nickname: Music City.

Over the years, home studios have become increasingly central to this thriving scene. Dave Pomeroy of the Nashville Musicians Association estimates that there are thousands in the city.

“The evolution of technology over the last 20, 30 years has made many things possible that were unthinkable,” he says. “So in any music center, home studios are playing an increasing role. In Nashville, I think it’s heightened because there is such a high per capita of musicians—perhaps higher than anywhere else in the world.”

Yet thanks to local zoning rules, what Shaw and so many others have been doing in their homes is against the law.

Nashville, like almost every city in the country, has what’s known as Euclidean zoning, which tries to separate cities into discrete blocks of what activity is allowed to happen there: residential, commercial, industrial, etc.

Most local governments will make some exceptions, so that telecommuters or after-school tutors are able to work from home. This includes Nashville, whose code allows some “home occupations.” But the code does not allow paying clients or patrons to visit a home business.

This rule was passed in 1998 as part of a comprehensive overhaul of the city’s zoning code. It’s also a provision that appears to be unique to Nashville.

“I’ve seen cities that will allow a certain number of customers per day, but I’ve not seen anything that makes it illegal to even have a student over for a piano lesson,” says Keith Diggs, an attorney with the Institute for Justice. “In that sense it is pretty much the most extreme version of the home business ban that I could imagine.”

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A Handbook for Ranch ManagersA Handbook for Ranch Managers.  In keeping with the “holistic” idea that the land, the livestock, the people and the money should be viewed as a single integrated whole: Part I deals with the management of the natural resources. Part II covers livestock production and Part III deals with the people and the money. Not only would this book make an excellent basic text for a university program in Ranch Management, no professional ranch manager’s reference bookshelf should be without it. It is a comprehensive reference manual for managing the working ranch. The information in the appendices and extensive bibliography alone is worth the price of the book.

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Dear Pro-Life American

It’s time to quit talking and start acting. — jtl, 419

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It’s time to quit talking and start acting. — jtl, 419

Dear Pro-Life American,

For 46 years, a few unelected men and women on the Supreme Court have played God with innocent human life.

They have invented laws that condemned to painful deaths without trial more than 62 million babies for the crime of being “inconvenient.”

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling forced abortion-on-demand down our nation’s throat.

In the past, many in the pro-life movement have felt limited to protecting a life here and there — passing some limited law to slightly control abortion in the more outrageous cases.

But some pro-lifers always seem to tiptoe around the Supreme Court, hoping they won’t be offended.

Now the time to grovel before the Supreme Court is over.

Working from what the Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade, pro-life lawmakers can pass a Life…

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Song for Today: Gene Watson – Climb Higher

The philosophy of the author (as well as the publisher) is that ranch management should be approached from the view that the land, the livestock, the people and the money are one—a single integrated whole. But once that is understood and constantly kept in mind, a close examination of each of these elements is permissible.  Furthermore, due to the linear limitations of the written word, each of these management areas has to be treated separately. In keeping with that, Part I deals with the management of the natural resources. Part II covers livestock production and Part III deals with the people and the money. The book is a comprehensive source of information on all aspects of managing the working ranch. Not only would it make an excellent basic text for a university program in Ranch Management, no professional ranch manager’s reference bookshelf should be without it because it is a comprehensive reference manual for managing the working ranch. The information in the appendices alone is worth  price of the book. Read More.  

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualFrom the Editor: I first attended Alan Savory and Stan Parson’s “Rancher School” in Albuquerque, NM in the early 1980s. Since that time, and throughout my academic career, I have advocated, taught and practiced the principles of the “Savory Grazing Method (or SGM)” as it was called in those days. Only a short time after I completed the school, Alan and Stan decided to dissolve their partnership and go their separate ways. Alan founded Holistic Management International and Stan the Ranching for Profit School. SGM (now Holistic Management) is a “method” and “methods” cannot be patented. As a result, the names the principles are presented under have proliferated. Although the fundamental ecological principles have not changed since those early days, we now have managed grazing, planned grazing, mob grazing, management intensive grazing, and perhaps a half-dozen others. (In fact, for some small degree of distinction, we choose to call what we do “Managing the Ranch…Read More 

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewMurray N. Rothbard was the father of what some call Radical Libertarianism or Anarcho-Capitalism which Hans-Hermann Hoppe described as “Rothbard’s unique contribution to the rediscovery of property and property rights as the common foundation of both economics and political philosophy, and the systematic reconstruction and conceptual integration of modern, marginalist economics and natural-law political philosophy into a unified moral science: libertarianism.” This book applies the principles of this “unified moral science” to environmental and natural resource management issues. The book started out life as an assigned reading list for a university level course entitled Environmental…Read More 

The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsSometimes people do the wrong things for the right reasons. The author admits that to be the “story of his life” and openly shares much of it in this book. Although the book is largely an historically based auto-biography, it is part fact and part fiction. In cases where identities needed to be prBlog Postsotected, the “facts” necessary to that end are changed but without altering the accuracy of the description of the event or its historical significance. It is a personal story. It is a cowboy-warrior’s story told in a cowboy-warrior’s language. It is the story of one man’s journey from bondage to freedom and from slavery to liberty. It is the gritty story of this man’s life-long education in the school of hard knocks as his journey took him from a sharecropper’s shack, through the rodeo arena and the boxing ring, across the football field and the drilling rig floor, into the Marines and two wars and ultimately culminating in the university… Read More\ 

Combat Shooter's Handbook“Owning a handgun doesn’t make you armed any more than owning a guitar makes you a musician.” – Jeff Cooper. Call for a pizza, a cop, and an ambulance and see which one arrives first. In Warren v. District of Columbia the court ruled, and the Supreme Court upheld, that “(T)he desire for condemnation cannot satisfy the need for a special relationship out of which a duty to specify persons arises.” Because the complaint did not allege a relationship “beyond that found in general police responses to crimes,” the court affirmed the dismissal of the complaint for failure to state a claim. The bottom line is that your local police are not legally obligated to protect you, the average citizen. In addition to the Warren case, there are hundreds of court rulings which state that cops are not legally responsible for protecting individual citizens. For example, see Zelig v. County of Los Angeles, The government can’t protect you as you saw on September 11, 2001 as well as during the Washington, DC… Read More

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteAll unclassified Army and Marine Cops manuals and  correspondence courses are products of the US Federal Government. They are NOT subject to copyright and can be freely copied and redistributed. The Marine Corps Institute (MCI) develops correspondence courses for Marines with all kinds of Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) on all manner of subjects. This is one of those courses. The print is relatively small because that is the way it was in the original and this is an exact reproduction. Also, as a tribute to the individual (and a touch of reality), you will notice that the editorial pencil marks and underlined passages that were put there by the Marine that took this course. They were intentionally left in the reproduction. This version of the course was authorized in September of 1984. With the exception the development of Infrared technology, it contains information and techniques that have changed very little since the Vietnam war. These battle proven tactics are as valid today as they were… Read More

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The Laws Of Economics

The laws of economics are as real as the law of gravity.

How many times have I heard, “But it’s not a living, it is ‘a way of life.'” Well yeah…but without profit the way of life won’t last long.–jtl, 419

by Dave Pratt at RMC

My Cousin Vinny is one of my favorite movies. There’s a scene where Vinny, played by Joe Pesci, challenging the witness, asks, “Are we to believe that the laws of physics cease to exist on your stove?”

That line, makes me think of some people who market grass finished beef and use grazing practices that improve soil. They seem to believe that, because they are doing something they feel is socially responsible and environmentally friendly, the laws of economics cease to exist on their farms and ranches.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m a fan of grass finishing and I’m first in line to promote ecologically sound management practices. But whether you set stock and overgraze or use ultra-high density grazing, whether you sell feedlot ready steers into the commodity market or organic grass-finished beef at farmers markets, whether you have 10 acres or 10,000, 25 head or 25,000, the laws of economics apply. As much as the health and productivity of the land and livestock are part of sustainability, the laws of economics also determine the sustainability of your farm or ranch. It isn’t sustainable if it isn’t profitable.

Over the last couple of decades, we’ve seen a shift in the demographics of land ownership in the west. One trend is that many people with non-ag backgrounds who achieved tremendous financial success in other endeavors, have purchased ranches. Let me be clear. I’ve got nothing against non-ranchers buying ranches. If you believe in capitalism and free markets, you should admire them for the success they’ve achieved and tip your hat to them for being in a position to buy these properties.

There is, however, a burr under my blanket about some of the things I see happening on some of these properties. Some of these owners have embraced progressive practices and have sponsored field days and workshops to promote these practices and provide training for area ranchers. I think their generous spirit is commendable. But unless the results on the ground are accompanied with the financial results, these demonstrations aren’t very convincing. It’s relatively easy to improve soil health when you have unlimited resources. But it would mean more to demonstrate that ecologically sound, socially responsible practices also result in improved cash flow and increased profit. To do that, the demonstration must be completely transparent. We need to see the capital required, the production costs incurred, and the returns received to know if a practice is really sustainable.

Earlier this week I got a call from someone who bought a large ranch and wants to use progressive management practices to improve the health of the land. He explained, “I am not financially reliant on the farm.”  I responded, “I hope you’ll act as though you are reliant on the farm to pay you a good salary and make a profit. You’ll find that your employees will be more motivated, you’ll be more clear-minded and you’ll have more fun.”

It’s been my experience that when there is financial pressure to get things done, things get done. It’s not about the money. It is about the urgency to change the situation. That urgency doesn’t exist when money is not an issue. The farmers and ranchers who need to make profit tend to make the most rapid ecological progress.

Bottom line: the laws of economics apply on your ranch and there are big penalties for breaking the law.

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“Owning a handgun doesn’t make you armed any more than owning a guitar makes you a musician.” – Jeff Cooper

Call for a pizza, a cop, and an ambulance and see which one arrives first.

In Warren v. District of Columbia the court ruled, and the Supreme Court upheld, that “(T)he desire for condemnation cannot satisfy the need for a special relationship out of which a duty to specify persons arises.” Because the complaint did not allege a relationship “beyond that found in general police responses to crimes,” the court affirmed the dismissal of the complaint for failure to state a claim.

The bottom line is that your local police are not legally obligated to protect you, the average citizen. In addition to the Warren case, there are hundreds of court rulings which state that cops are not legally responsible for protecting individual citizens. For example, see Zelig v. County of Los Angeles.

The government can’t protect you as you saw on September 11, 2001 as well as during the Washington, DC area “sniper” rampage and the plethora of active shooter events that we have had since.

In fact, the government could very well be our greatest fear, due to its propensity to murder people because of their ideas (See Ruby Ridge, ID and Waco, TX).

A simple internet or youtube.com search of “the police state” or “police brutality” will reveal literally thousands of violent crimes (from assault to cold blooded murder) committed by the State’s costumed emissaries of officially sanctioned violence (aka The Police State) against harmless and innocent people.

So, who does that leave to protect you, your life, property and family? The one and only answer is: YOU It is your duty and personal responsibility to protect yourself and your loved ones.

This responsibility is a natural right given to us by God as human beings and guaranteed to us as individuals by the Constitution of the United States of America.

Options for Homeland Defense, Inc. offers professional weapons and tactics training that will make the difference. Instructed by experienced combat veterans—guys that have “been there and done that.” It offers private instruction at its privately owned range and mobile training teams are available. All interactions are confidential and discrete.

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Song for Today:Gene Watson – When A Man Can’t Get A Woman Off His Mind.

In my opinion Gene Watson has never received the acknowledgment of being the great country singer he’s due. The man has a tremendous voice and has recorded many country songs that are outstanding. Many country music fans have never heard some of his best songs. Not only does he have great country songs, he’s recorded many country gospel songs that deliver a great message.

A Handbook for Ranch ManagersLand & Livestock International, Inc is offering a “Free” week-long ranch management-planned grazing seminar- workshop.

What follows is a business model we have been following that has worked very well for us and for our clientele.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualWe are seeking individual ranchers to sponsor/host workshops . The sponsor/host (and spouse or key employee) get the training at his/her ranch for no charge. This is an extra special benefit to the host as his/her land will be used for the “lab” work and hands on demonstrations. This provides a great start in the implementation of his/her program.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewIn return, he/she takes care of the logistics involved in putting on the event. This includes arranging for the venue, booking a block of rooms for lodging, arranging for meals (if any), putting out the advertising, setting and collecting the fees and so forth.

We are then responsible for putting on the workshop.

During the interim we will each keep track of our out of pocket costs (from our end, that will be mostly travel and lodging). Then, when it is all over, we both are reimbursed our out of pocket costs and split any funds remaining 50:50.

If this sounds like something you might be interested in, click here and let us know. If the link won’t work for you, copy and paste info@landandlivestockinternational.com into your browser.

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