August 7 | Gangwish Soil Health Field Day
The speaker for the event is Dan O’Bryan from Seed House. Register for the event here.
August 8 | Carter Soil Health Field Day
Topics will include Cover Crops, Cattle and Grazing and the speaker will be Steve Brinkman. Register for the event here.
August 15 | Webinar: Decomposition of Tea as a Low-Cost, Scientifically-Robust Soil Health Indicator
Join speaker Marshall McDaniel, Assistant Professor of ISU Department of Agronomy in a discussion about the decomposition of tea as a low-cost, scientifically-robust soil health indicator. Connect to the webinar here.
Upcoming Field Days
July 31 | Cover Crop Field Day
Join Iowa Corn for this one of a kind Cover Crop workshop. Hear from growers that are implementing these conservation practices on their own farms. RSVP’S are appreciated by calling Janelle Kracht with Iowa Corn at 515-229-9980 or email@example.com by July 25. Topics will
July 31 | Learn About Agriculture's 4RS
The Right nutrients in the Right amount, in the Right place, at the Right time. PLUS, the conservation farming practices that support the 4RS. RVSP to Sue Health, firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-334-1021. Registration is FREE, but spots are limited to 150 people. Lunch will be provided.
August 1 - 2 | Emerging Farmers Forum 2018 at Pinhook Farm
The Emerging Farmers project is a proactive approach to address the need to reach out to emerging farmers and future landowners. It defines an emerging farmer as someone with ties to agricultural land who would like to return to the farm as an operator or have a voice in its management. A goal of this innovative project is to help address a variety of social factors influencing the adoption of conservation practices and assist emerging farmers in the creation of a sustainable business plan for their operation. To learn more about conservation practices visit here.
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