Bio-Farming At Scale Collaborative Meeting | December 17, 2018 Spokane, WA

Collaborative Meeting | Bio-Farming At Scale

Learn about using organic inputs on a large scale for wheat, canola, legumes and alfalfa

Please join us at this invitation-only event.
Our featured presenter, Dave de Vries, will share his knowledge and experience with large-scale biological farming. Dave is Chief Agronomist for Agriculture Solutions Inc. and consults on over 200,000 acres that produce beautiful crops without chemical inputs.

Bring your stories, and contribute your experience to the round table. Share your thoughts on crop performance, fertility,
pest issues, and application practices with your peers.

 

Collaborative Meeting

8am - 4pm
Spokane Soil Conservation District
210 North Havana Street 
Spokane, WA

Hosted by Scott Gail of Bio-Farming Research Group
Lunch provided by Ambrosia Technology, producer of Sea-Crop®

Bookings are essential for seating availability and meal planning.

 

Please also register for the Networking Dinner on Sunday, December 16, 2018

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Event Properties

Event Date 12-17-2018 8:00 am
Event End Date 12-17-2018 4:00 pm
Registration Start Date 10-11-2018
Capacity 100
Registered 6
Available place 94
Cut off date 12-14-2018
Individual Price FREE
Location Spokane Soil Conservation District

Venue Information - Spokane Soil Conservation District

The Spokane Conservation District (SCD) has been active in the Spokane-area since the 1940s, teaching & facilitating sustainable land use and conservation practices to meet current needs while also planning resource use for the future.

The SCD was formed in 1973 through the consolidation of the Southwest Spokane, North Spokane, Central Spokane, and Latah-Rock Creek districts. We currently serve the citizens and resources of Spokane County, excluding Deer Park, and we work across county lines through the use of Memorandums of Understanding. An example of this is our Direct Seed Loan Program, which is administered in more than 15 Washington State counties, and a few North Idaho counties.

We believe that the best agricultural land should be maintained for agriculture. We provide technical assistance and tools to help landowners manage and protect natural resources throughout the United States. This includes:

  • Conduct education and demonstration projects
  • Carry out improvements to conserve natural resources
  • Make equipment and materials available to landowners to assist them in conserving natural resources
  • Hold public hearings, annual meetings, and perform other actions to keep citizens and agencies informed

There are now nearly 3,000 conservation districts nationwide. 

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