Join Us For This Great Event Full of Useful Information For Your Farm! February 17th at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center, Burlington, VT Registration is now open for this event. We have a day filled with guest speakers and professionals from around the state, country and also Quebec. Speakers will be addressing soil health, […]
Soil Health Field Day Flyer_Hoorman 2015The snow is melting, the sap is flowing (hopefully), and the crew at CV Crops is dreaming of spring! Join us for our Spring 2015 Soil Health Field Day April 21st, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. We will be hosting Jim Hoorman, from Ohio State University Extension (PhD candidate and […]
The survey helps us gauge local farmer practices, adoption, needs, and interests. It also helps direct our future workshops, events, and research. Click on the picture to go to the survey. Win a free year of goCrop! Or one of these great books from SARE: Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 3rd Edition Building Soils for Better […]
The 2015 No-Till and Cover Crop Symposium was a huge success! We are already processing the evaluations to continue to improve and advance the conversation. If you missed the symposium, or would like to revisit the information, we have posted the pdf files of the presenters. Check it out!
Join the UVM Extension’s Champlain Valley Crop Soil & Pasture Team and Northwest Crops & Soils Program, the Champlain Valley Farmer Coalition and local farms to check out what farmers around the Champlain Valley are doing on their farms to fit cover crops into their cropping systems. CLICK HERE FOR THE FIELD DAY FLYER RSVP […]
Champlain Valley Farmer Coalition invites you to listen, learn, & add your voice All farms in Vermont will be impacted by environmental regulations around water quality. Join the discussion to find out how to work together as farmers and take the initiative to be proactive and be part of the solution. Join us on January 8th […]
This post was originally published on the Women in Agriculture Network (WAgN) Blog. Now is the time to have your voice heard. As an Extension Outreach Professional, I am part of many networks related to farming and farmers. Emails arrive in my inbox everyday about another issue that is directly related to how you farm […]