25th Anniversary No-till on the Plains Winter ConferenceTue, 13 Oct 2020 16:07:33 CDT
Celebrate 25 years of the No-till on the Plains Winter Conference, January 26th, 2021 in Wichita, Kansas.
The annual event is still being planned for an in-person gathering with modifications for local public health requirements. Unfortunately the COVID-19 pandemic continues to make planning in person events difficult. However, No-till on the Plains is committed to holding an event that still provides the high quality speakers and networking you have come to expect from us.
The Conference will be limited to one day, only 200 registration spots are available. We want to provide the best event we can under the limitations required by local authorities. With this in mind, it is more important to get registered early this year. If we reach capacity we will add more attendees in a virtual format. Rest assured, if local restrictions preclude an in person event, we will move to an all virtual format.
As you have come to expect from No-till on the Plains, this year's speakers will challenge your thinking. Darin Qualman headlines our 2021 lineup. Darin is the author of Civilization Critical, "a new analysis of our challenges and their potential solutions—new ideas about material and energy flows and the structure of global civilization. The book argues that a nineteenth- and twentieth-century transition to linear systems and away from the circular patterns of nature (and of all previous civilizations) is the foundational error—the underlying problem, the root cause of climate change, resource depletion, oceans full of plastics, and a host of mega-problems now intensifying and merging, with potentially civilization-cracking results."
John Kempf returns again to challenge your thinking about nutrients: where, when, and how to apply them. John is the founder of Advancing EcoAgriculure and a soil health educator. Chris Teachout, a long-term soil health farmer from Shenandoah, Iowa will share how he has transitioned his production model to utlilize the power of the soil and its community. Finally, Dr. Dwayne Beck from the Dakota Lakes Research farm in South Dakota will speak and Dr. Beck will serve as moderator.
Register today to save your spot at the Conference.
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