A series for farmers to learn practical ideas from peers and experts
Theme: Resource stewardship in hard times
Stress is not new to farmers, but 2020 was something else. During challenging times, it might be hard to justify changing farming practices or keeping up new ones, even if you know it might be better for your operation in the long run.
So how can you make soil health and stewardship practices work in times of stress and uncertainty?
This virtual Shop Talk series will be an opportunity to have meaningful conversations with other farmers and experts about practical ideas and programs that can help you weather hard times and have success with stewardship practices on your farm.
In each session, we’ll first hear about solutions from experts and direct experiences from farmers. Then, we’ll break into conversation, where you can chat farmer-to-farmer about your experiences, challenges, and solutions related to the topic at hand.
This free series is open to farmers across the Midwest and Mid-South.* We invite you to connect with like-minded farmers who share your interest in having a profitable operation, healthy soils, and clean water. Register now!Read the full article at: https://northcentralwater.org/farmer-to-farmer-conservation-learning-and-leadership/virtual-farmer-shop-talks/