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Silver lining to soil health conference going online

Soil Health Innovations Conference archive allows participants exclusive access for months

 

Last updated 2/24/2021 at 7:37am



From National Center for Appropriate Technology

People might regret that the inaugural Soil Health Innovations Conference has been moved from Bozeman to an online event.

But there is a silver lining.

The conference will offer leading experts and innovative farmers from around the U.S. sharing the latest in soil science, best practices in soil management, and the emerging technologies that will drive the future of sustainable and regenerative agriculture.

That’s a lot to take in. And with the conference online, people don’t have to pick and choose which speakers, panels, exhibits, and sponsors to fit into the day. They don’t have to miss a thing.

The conference’s offerings will be recorded during the conference. And once people have registered, they will have exclusive access to it all for six months. It will all be right there on their phone or mobile device to watch whenever they want from the comfort of their home or office — or wherever they feel comfortable these days.

The conference content also will be available to registrants for three months on their home or office computers.

NCAT is sponsoring the conference in cooperation with USDA Rural Development, Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education and Montana State University.

Details and registration

The conference will be held online March 8 and 9.

Registration is now open. To register and for more information, people can go to https://soilinnovations.ncat.org/register .

Organizations, agencies, and individuals who would like to become sponsors of the conference can find information at https://soilinnovations.ncat.org/sponsor-information-page .

Exhibitor and vendor information can be found at https://soilinnovations.ncat.org/exhibitor-and-vendors .

The Soil Health Innovations Conference will feature renowned national experts, NCAT staff, and farmers and ranchers on these issues, among others:

• The connections between soil health and human health

• Soil-health management practices

• The connection between soil health and water management

• Building healthy soil on a large scale

• Regenerative grazing

• Biology-based soil testing

• Corporate investment in soil health

• New markets for soil carbon sequestration

• Innovative public policies

More details are available at https://soilinnovations.ncat.org about speakers and other Soil Conference highlights.

For more information, people can contact Sandra Booth at [email protected] or 406-494-4572.


 
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