Monday, June 21 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
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Interested in integrating reduced tillage into your cropping system? Come and learn from Joel Myers from the Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance about his tried and true strategies for successful reduced tillage. Joel will discuss advantages and disadvantages of no-till, zone till, and strip till. He will also talk about how to integrate cover crops into these systems. Co-sponsored by The Friends of the Northern Lake and USDA NRCS.
Joel is currently serving as the technical coordinator for the Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance . He coordinates no-till activities and frequently speaks on various no-till topics and discussions on the transitions necessary to move into continuous no-till systems.
Joel is a well informed speaker. He has attended the last eleven National No-Till Conferences and the Mid Atlantic CCA conference . He has also served SCS and NRCS for thirty nine years and was the Pennsylvania State Agronomist for fifteen years.
Brian Jerose will speak for Friends of Northern Lake Champlain about fall and spring projects on farms in Rock River and St. Albans Bay watersheds. These projects used state grant funding to improve water quality and soil quality on farms in these watersheds, and to serve as demonstration projects for other farmers.
Lunch will be provided by the NOFA pizza oven.
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Directions: From Interstate 89 take exit 20 and travel north on VT Route 207 (Highgate Rd) for 7 miles. Turn right onto VT Route 78. Travel east on VT-78 for 1.7 miles. Take a slight left onto Franklin Rd, travel for 2.2 miles. Continue onto Browns Corner Rd for .7 miles. Turn right onto Durkee Rd. Windfall Acres is on the left.
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Many thanks to our sponsors for their generous support and contributions!