The Dickson County Soil Conservation District is hosting a one-day class on fencing to meet Natural Resources Conservation Service standards. The 2013 Fencing School will be presented 8:30 am-5 pm Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Porter Community Center at 1600 Abiff Road. Registration is $15 through Sept. 20 and $20 after that date. Lunch and a notebook of information will be provided. The instruction will include how to correctly install different fence techniques that should last 25 years or longer along with some hands-on training. Sessions include “Benefits of Good Fencing” with NRCS Grazing Specialist Greg Brann, “Fencing Law in Tennessee” with Tennessee Farm Bureau Associate Director of Public Policy Ryan King, “Electric Fencing Basics and New Applications/Techniques” with Jeremy McGill of Gallagher Animal Management, “Fencing Construction Foundations and Innovations” with Buddy Rowlett of Stay-Tuff Fencing, and a review of available programs from NCRS with Soil Conservationist Wynne Luter. Following lunch, participants will take part in hands-on sessions at Benny Noland’s farm. To register or for more information, call 446-2449 extension 3 or send checks to the Dickson County Soil Conservation District at 305 Henslee Drive in Dickson.