The program will be from 1 to 5 p.m., at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility at 1305 East Blue Bell Road.
The program looks to educate livestock producers and landowners on how to best protect state waterways from bacterial contamination associated with beef cattle, horses, and feral hogs.
Presentations will focus on the Mill Creek Watershed and look at basic watershed function and water quality, along with specific best management practices that can be applied to help reduce bacterial contamination originating from livestock.
The workshop is free, and light refreshments will be offered.
Licensed pesticide applicators that attend will be offered three continuing educational units.
For more information, call the Washington County Extension office at 979-277-6212.