The 2018 MSHS features a years-in-the-making soil data release, the always popular discussion tables, a special “Chat With Kris @ MSHS” limited-ticket event with Dr. Kris Nichols, a full trade show, an evening cocktail reception and Q&A with Dr. Nichols and Justin Morris on “The Social Implications of Soil Health,” and much more.
Preregister online or at the door beginning at noon Feb. 14. Conference begins at 1 p.m. and runs through evening reception. Hours are 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Feb. 15.
See the schedule and more info about these speakers HERE.
Additionally, SFA and the Pasture Project will release years-in-the-making CIG research data that looks at the cost and benefit of adding cover crops and livestock and includes participating farmers in Minnesota and Iowa. A farmer panel will ensue.
The Feb. 14 evening food-and-drink reception will include a discussion with Kris Nichols and Justin Morris, “The Social Implications of Soil Health,” emceed by Kent Solberg.
Also returning are the popular discussion tables, loads of built-in networking time, and more. Dinner on Feb. 14 and lunch on Feb. 15 are included with registration.
Cost: $100 for SFA members; $150 for nonmembers.