March 28, 8am–4pmWhere
Camden Falls Reception and Conference Center 2460 State Route 231, Tiffin,
Farmers, certified crop advisers and other members of the agriculture industry can gain in-depth insight into soil health and conservation during a daylong Ohio Soil Health Symposium.
The event is sponsored by the Seneca Conservation District and will feature presentations by experts with the district, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University, and other agriculture industry experts.
As part of the program, John Fulton, precision agriculture specialist for OSU Extension, will discuss “Using Technology and On-Farm Research to Guide Decisions Toward Soil Health.”
Additional topics for the daylong event will include:
- Recovering Your Soils from Pipeline Installation
- Not the Healthiest Soil? You Still Have Options
- Growing Opportunities: From Farmer to Entrepreneur
- Grazing Livestock for Healthy Soil
- Comprehensive Assessment of Soil Health
- Recovering from a Pipeline (panel discussion)
- Nothin’ But the Truth: My Farm’s Journey to Healthy Soil
- Conservation Planning to Restore Soil Health
- State and National Initiatives to Reach Healthy Soil in Ohio
- Soil Health 101
- Using Technology and On-Farm Research to Guide Decisions Toward Soil Health
- Gypsum as a Soil Health Amendment
- A presentation by Jay Fuhrer, North Dakota state soil health specialist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
The symposium will be held at the . Registration cost for the event is $35 and includes lunch and handouts. For more information or to register, go to ohiosoilhealth.com or call 419-447-7073.