Soil Health Breakfast Meeting

Posted on February 18, 2022

Hardin County – Soil Health will be the final topic of the Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program on Thursday, February 24 at the Plaza Inn Restaurant in Mt. Victory.

The session will start at 7:30 am with a complimentary buffet breakfast followed by the program at 8:00 am.

The February 24 program will feature Ray Archuleta with a discussion of soil health. Archuleta is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist with the Soil Science Society of America and has over 30 years experience as a Soil Conservationist, Water Quality Specialist, and Conservation Agronomist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). After his retirement from the NRCS in 2017, Ray founded Understanding Ag, LLC, and Soil Health Academy, to teach Biomimicry strategies and Agroecology principles for improving soil function on a national scale. Ray also owns and operates a 150-acre farm near Seymour, Missouri that he operates along with his wife and family. He will discuss how crop producers can use strategies and principles for improving soil function, resulting in increased soil health and better productivity. His presentation is sponsored by Logan Land Trust.

The Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series is jointly sponsored by OSU Extension and the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Hardin, Logan, and Union Counties, and in cooperation with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Breakfast is courtesy of the generous support from agricultural lenders and agricultural businesses.

All events are open to the public and no advance registration is required.

Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisers are available.


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