Workshop leader Gillian Sanders has helped to install more than 90 electric fences to successfully protect livestock and/or fruit trees from both black and grizzly bears.
Correctly installed and maintained electric fencing provides a cost-effective and easy solution to prevent or stop bear conflicts and keep your animals safe.
Beekeepers have successfully used electric fencing to protect beehives from bears since the 1930’s, and when used correctly this tool will also protect small livestock such as chickens, other poultry, goats, sheep, pigs, calves, or any other bear attractant.
This workshop will discuss different e-fencing designs for permanent and temporary fences that can be adapted to your particular needs.
The workshop will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 10 at 49 Borland Street, Williams Lake
For more information, contact: Chris Hutton, Planner
Email: email@example.com or Phone: 250-392-1770