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Fort Peck Community College

  Blackfeet Community College
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  Fort Belknap Community College
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Program Description
Fort Peck Community College Agriculture/Extension department, a 1994 land grant institution is, responsible for coordinating the types of training needed to promote agriculture as a meaningful and productive way of utilizing the reservation land base. Through a wide variety of resource material, one of one technical assistance, on site instruction, a variety of hands on workshops, and distance learning collaboration with Montana State University, FPCC will continue to provide this by facilitating workshops and trainings involving new and emerging agricultural issues for producers on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

Agriculture/Extension Activities include: animal nutrition, equine hoof care, equine massage therapy, beef quality assurance training, premising and animal ID, BSE awareness, risk management, estate planning, reforestation, hydroponics, pulse crops and barley research.

James Shanley
605 Indian Avenue,
Agricultural/Extension Department,
P.O. Box 398,
Poplar, MT 59255.
Phone: (406) 768-6300
Fax: (406) 768-6301


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