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Conservation Cropping Systems Workshops: for Farmers
National and local experts will lead these unique workshops about managing soil health to maximize profits and increase production while protecting your land.
These workshops will discuss ways to make conservation cropping systems more successful on your farm. Topics include no-till and cover crops, including machinery adjustments, nutrient and pest management specific to conservation cropping systems, and selecting and managing cover crops. How these systems help improve overall soil health will also be discussed.
Registration fee includes lunch and all materials. You may pay online now or pay on-site with cash or check.
Dates and Locations:
LOCATION CHANGE FOR MARCH 13 MEETING: MOVED FROM VUJC TO FAIRGROUNDS. NEW LOCATION BELOW.
March 13*: Conservation Cropping Systems, at the Dubios County Fairgrounds, 157 S. SR 162, Huntingburg, IN (map)
March 15: held at the Southeast Purdue Agricultural Center (4425 East 350 North, Butlerville, IN)
March 22: held at the Diagnostic Training Center, Purdue Agronomy Research Center (4540 U.S. 52, West Lafayette, IN) **This workshop will focus on the use of Cover Crops in your cropping system.
Mar. 13: Dubois Co. Fairgrounds, Mar. 15: Butlerville, Mar. 22: W. Lafayette
Indiana Conservation Partnership
The Partnership is comprised of eight Indiana agencies and organizations who share a common goal of promoting conservation. To that end, the mission of the Indiana Conservation Partnership is to provide technical, financial and educational assistance needed to implement economically and environmentally compatible land and water stewardship decisions, practices and technologies.