There were two field days announced during the week of June 21. For details about these and eight more field days, visit here.
July 9 | Cover Crops, Grazing & Soil Health Field Day
Iowa Learning Farms, in partnership with Soil Health Partnership, Iowa Corn, Iowa Soybean Association, Adams County Farm Bureau and Practical Farmers of Iowa, will host a cover crops, grazing cover crops and soil health field day Tuesday, July 9th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ray and Elaine Gaesser’s Farm near Corning. The event is free, open to the whole family and includes a complimentary meal sponsored in part by the National Wildlife Federation Cover Crop Champions Program. Please RSVP to 515-294-5429 or http://www.soilhealthpartnership.org.
July 17 | Webinar: The Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy measurement project: Tracking progress towards Iowa’s water quality goals
Join speaker Laurie Nowatzke, Measurement Coordinator for the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy for a webinar discussing the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy and tracking Iowa’s progress towards water quality goals. Connect to the webinar here.
June 26 | 30 Years of Small Grains and No-Till on an Ohio Farm
Join Practical Farmers in beautiful Seneca County, Ohio, to hear from David Cramer, who has been no-tilling small grains on his family farm for over 30 years. We will cover agronomic advice and variety selection, and learn about incorporating cover crops into a small-grains operation. Learn more and RSVP for the event here.
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