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Soil Health Workshop for Livestock and Crop Farmers




Event Details

Date

October 27, 2022

Time

9am - 4pm

Location

Otter Creek Farm
189 Otter Creek Rd
Johnsonville, NY 12094

Host

ASA

Janet Britt
518-692-7285


Event Registration



A workshop for any farmer looking for tools and information to improve soil health, reduce input costs, and increase profitability.

Join the Agricultural Stewardship Association for a day-long workshop with Dr. Allen Williams of Understanding Ag. Dr. Williams and his colleagues have been leaders in working with farmers and ranchers across the U.S. and around the world to increase their understanding of soil health practices and how they can make any farming operation more successful.

Cost for the full day including lunch is $60/person. Registration is required on the ASA website:  www.agstewardship.org/events/Soil-Health-Workshop-for-Livestock-and-Crop-Farmers-2229-event.htm. Call Janet Britt at the ASA office (518-692-7285) to apply for a limited number of full scholarships funded by a mini grant from New York State Soil Health, or for help with registration.

Agenda:

8:30-9:00 a.m. Welcome coffee and donuts

9:00-10:30 Overview of soil health principles

10:30-12:30 Out to the fields and pastures for practical demonstrations

12:30-2:00 Lunch and discussion

2:00-4:00 In the field observation and discussion


The program will cover the following information

  • How to effectively implement the 6-3-4TM. The Six Principles of Soil Health & Three Rules of Adaptive Stewardship to optimize the Four Ecosystem Processes
  • Epigenetics
  • Emerging opportunities
  • Soil Testing




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