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Navigating Soil Health Planning for Sustainable Organic Production

It is now well known that healthy, living soils are the core of a sustainable and successful farm — helping to build resilience to extreme weather events and water availability, reducing the need for off-farm inputs, and sequestering carbon to mitigate climate change. The recent explosion of information on building soil health and soil life presents farmers with exciting possibilities, but it can be a lot to navigate on your own. In this workshop, two organic farmers from across the US will share their experiences and research to help build a practical soil health plan that works for you. The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) staff will give a short overview of key resources on organic soil health, including guidebooks, research trends, on-line courses, and more.

* Department of Agronomy, eligible for up to 1 hour of credit

Track and Session Info

Soil, Crops, Animals, Pests, Beneficials
A | 1:30pm PT

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