An update on range reforms will be presented May 2-4 in St. George, Kanab and Alton, Kane County, during Utah State University Extension Service's annual range livestock workshops. USU invites all Utah, Nevada and Arizona livestock producers to attend the free workshops.

The program will focus on environmental issues, range improvement, feeding, marketing, calving, designing corrals and chutes and artificial insemination for range herds. Special guest will be Temple Grandin, animal behavior specialist from Colorado State University, said Verl Matthews, USU extension agent and educator in Garfield County.The first workshop will be Tuesday, May 2, at the Cotton Mill in St. George from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The forum will be repeated in Kanab Wednesday, May 3, at the Shilo Inn. A range tour will start the following day at 10 a.m. in Alton, which is just off U.S. 89 about 45 minutes north of Kanab. Sponsors will provide a free noon luncheon all three days.

To reserve a seat, call Matthews at 676-8826 or Braun at 634-5707.