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Organic Agronomy Training Series in IN

July 24-25, 2019 Crawfordsville, IN

WHAT: Agronomy training in Organic corn, soy, and small grain production using a
science-based curriculum.
FOR: Agronomists, certified crop advisors, extension agents, and technical service
providers serving transitional and certified organic grain producers.
• Organic Production Methods: weed control, nutrient management, crop rotation
• Organic marketing and crop diversity
• National Organic Program (NOP) rules & regulations
• Organic certification process & record keeping
• Managing risk during transition
• Systems thinking & long-term strategies for success in organic production
• Networking with other organic-focused professionals
• On-farm experiential learning at a working organic grain and livestock operation

Information & registration details at http://thelandconnection.org/OATS

Offered by the OATS Consortium, with generous support from:
Clif Bar • Pipeline Foods • Organic Trade Association’s Organic Grains Council

**Can’t attend this session? Check out the OATS Central session on August 14 & 15 in La Crosse, WI**

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