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Farmer to farmer conservation field day

02/12/2020 6:33PM - 02/13/2020 6:33PM

Feb 12-13, 2020
Memphis, TN and vicinity
Tour Long Lake Plantation in Arkansas and Big River Farms in Mississippi. Then connect with farmers for a half day of focused discussion. 
 

The first 25 participants to register will get their travel expenses covered, up to $500 – first come, first serve. Participants who register after those spots fill up will be responsible for their own transportation and lodging.

- Lunch during the farm visits will be provided to all participants.

Please register here: http://bit.ly/fielddayFeb2020 Learn how to implement and reap benefits from conservation practices on your farm from fellow farmers who are already achieving success.

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Since 2001, Discovery Farms has worked with Wisconsin farmers to identify the water quality impacts of different farming systems around the state. The program, which is part of UW-Extension, is under the direction of a farmer-led steering committee and takes a real-world approach to finding the most economical solutions to agriculture’s environmental challenges. 

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