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February 28 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm |

Changing Hands in Milwaukie: Workshop on Farm Transfer & Access to Land

Join Rogue Farm Corps for “Changing Hands: A Workshop on Farm Transfer and Access to Land." This workshop is a part of a series that will bring together retiring and aspiring farmers for a full day of training on land access and succession planning. We will also have facilitated networking throughout the day to introduce landseekers to landowners. If you are a retiring farmer or rancher, come learn from experts about how to pass on your business to the next generation. If you…

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February 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm |

Oregon Tilth Office Hours at MOSES Organic Conference

Are you attending the 2020 MOSES Organic Conference? Oregon Tilth will host office hours on Friday, February 27, 2020, from 12:30-1:30 pm in the Blue Room at the La Crosse Center. If you're attending the conference — or happen to be in LaCrosse, WI — please drop in to connect with Oregon Tilth's Senior Certification Officer, Trish Dougherty. What to expect Learn more about our new dedicated client support teams Hear about our education services such as our Know Your…

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March 30 - 31, 2020 |

Soil Innovations Conference

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. Soil health revolves around five principles: minimizing disturbance (such as tillage, biocides, and fertilizer), year-long roots in the ground, soil cover, plant diversity, and livestock integration. This inaugural conference will focus on innovations…

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April 3 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm |

2020 Agricultural Biodiversity on Western Farms

Conservation Practices Working for Farmers A conference on practices that conserve agricultural biodiversity and their benefits in western farming systems for conservationists, farmers and other agricultural professionals. The conference covers: Farmer preferred practices Best methods and plants for practices Benefits, beneficial insects and native bees and their impacts in Western cropping systems Featured presenters: Peter Kenagy, Kenagy Family Farm Rachael Long, University of CA Cooperative Extension Rex Dufour, National Center for Appropriate Technology Mace Vaughan, The Xerces Society Registration for…

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