Soil health has emerged as a central theme in conversations about the future of American agriculture. Soils have become a focal topic due to new scientific understanding, the application of emerging technologies, and a growing interest among producers and policymakers in improving climate resilience and mitigating emissions.

 

The Soil Health Innovations Conference will be online with live-streamed speakers and panels, as well as virtual halls for exhibitors and student posters. Real-time chats will allow participants to network with exhibitors and sponsors and the producers, industry professionals, educators, and students who are at the cutting edge of soil health across the country.

Join us for a far-reaching exploration of agriculture’s sustainable future: on-farm practices, soil biology, carbon markets, and public policy.

The Soil Health Innovations Conference will held March 8 and 9, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. MST.
Note: Registration is now closed.

For more information or if you have questions, contact Alyssa Ness at alyssan@ncat.org or Sandra Booth at sandrab@ncat.org. Both can also be reached by calling (406) 494-4572.

You can also explore this website for additional information about speakers, the agenda, and becoming a sponsor.

The Certified Crop Adviser organization and Society for Range Management will be offering CEUs for this conference. Please watch this website for further details.

The generosity and support of our sponsors is much appreciated.

Over 20 years ago, GO Seed defined our mission “to deliver novel solutions for growing concerns”. Utilizing our own breeding program, and that of our partners, we’ve made great progress in fulfilling that mission. Land stewards of all kinds are utilizing the products we’ve developed to increase productivity, reduce pollution, breathe new life into our soil resources and improve economic sustainability. Together we can improve the soils, improve agriculture and leave our nation in better shape for future generations.

The generosity and support of our sponsors is much appreciated.

Western SARE advances innovations that promote environmental stewardship, enhance quality of life, and improve profitability of rural communities by investing in groundbreaking agricultural research and education.

We support projects by farmers and ranchers, agricultural professionals, researchers, and extension educators in 17 Western states and territories. Over the past 30 years, Western SARE has assisted more than 1,000 different sustainability projects with over $57 million in funding.

We also have created an extensive learning center to ensure that research results are easily and rapidly accessible.

You can learn more about our grant programs and learning center at https://www.westernsare.org/