Sacramento, California USA
July 16 – 18, 2019
Registration is $300 for attendees with a special price of $100 for farmers and students.
This year’s theme is Soil Health – A Global Imperative, reflecting just how critically imminent it is that we safeguard and enhance the vitality and productivity of soils to address food, water, climate, wildlife, fiber, fuel, and other global issues.
You will learn about:
Where we go next for exploring soil health - human health relationships,
Identifying the best indicators of soil health across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico,
New state and federal programs and policies for supporting soil health,
Latest research in understanding and managing the soil microbiome,
Filling the economics information gap for farmers,
Training programs to assist farmers with adopting soil health systems,
Adapting soil health principles for specialty crop and rangeland systems,
Ecosystem service markets for the environmental benefits attributed through soil health, and
Soil stewardship as the “Great Connector”.