SoilCon 2023 to be held Feb. 14–15

The Washington State Soil Health Initiative, with support from Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE), is happy to announce SoilCon 2023. This free, virtual conference will bring research, extension, and production together to move soil health principles into practice. SoilCon 2023 will be held Feb. 14 and 15, with sessions running from 8 a.m. to noon each day.

Soil health is a trending topic in agricultural production and environmental resilience to climate change. SoilCon will address the latest research to help people put those production topics into practice for regional systems. SoilCon will explain what metrics are used when assessing soil health, how these may change by production system and region, and management practices to support a resilient soil system.

The topics will be relevant to agriculture or natural resource professionals, producers, consultants, university faculty and students, and interested members of the public.   

For more information and to register, visit the SoilCon 2023 website

A social media guide is also available for anyone looking to promote SoilCon on their social media pages.

Keep updated with SoilCon through Twitter and Instagram @WSU_SoilHealth.

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