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July 20 - August 9, 2020 Online Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) is moving its Summer Conference to an online experience spread out over three weeks. The virtual conference will be a combination of live video conferencing and discussion group opportunities to network with the community in an online digital ecosystem. Full-access registration includes live access to […]Find out more »
Western NC plant hardiness zones range from 6 to 8 which means that no matter where you live in our region, a wide range of vegetables can overwinter without much fuss. Discover when to seed and transplant, which vegetables to plant, site location based on the hours of sunlight, and simple techniques for winter protection. […]Find out more »
The 5th annual meeting of the Soil Health Institute is a free virtual event. This year's theme is Soil Health: The Foundation for Regenerative Agriculture, advancing the opportunity we have to address climate change, water quality, food production, biodiversity, and many other pressing issues by improving soil health. There will be virtual presentations by some of […]Find out more »
The North Dakota Leopold Conservation Award and North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition Summer Tour will take place at the 2019 N.D. Leopold Conservation Award Winners' Ranch, Gene and Christine Goven. Tour highlights include maximizing cross fencing, applying prairie practices to cropland, and managing regrowth, diversity, and soil health.Find out more »
This webinar in Cornell Cooperative Extension's Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series will discuss brassicas and other cool-season annuals for grazing or stored feed. This includes species-specific information, planting and management, and feeding considerations. Heather Darby, agronomy specialist of UVM Extension, will be the speaker.Find out more »