June 4–6 2019, 8am–5pmWhere
Brandt Farm 6100 Basil Western Road, Carroll, OH 43112
Dave Brandt’s Carroll, Ohio farm draws hundreds of researchers, farmers and conservationists from across the globe to gain insights into the principles and practices that have enabled him to restore the health and function of his soil and to invigorate his farming business.
The Soil Health Academy’s soil health and regenerative agriculture school will allow farmers to see and learn, first-hand, how Brandt has transformed his soil and improved his farm’s profitability.
As more farmers struggle to stay afloat in today’s turbulent agricultural economy, Brandt said he hopes to share his successful regenerative farming model so others can learn how to improve the profitability of their own farming operations.
In addition to Brandt, attendees of the three-day, hands-on school will learn from world-renowned regenerative agriculture experts Ray Archuleta, Gabe Brown, Allen Williams, Ph.D., as well as other technical consultants.
While many traditional agriculture researchers and farmers were initially skeptical of regenerative agriculture’s potential, Brandt’s success has helped usher in a new era in agriculture that focuses on farming in nature’s image—practically and profitably.
Registration includes all classes, digital course materials, and lunch each day! Cost: Tuition $1275 for all three days
To learn more, visit the event website, or call 256-996-3142.