SOIL HEALTH: A Global Imperative
WHEN: July 16-18, 2019
WHERE: Hyatt-Regency, Sacramento
Registration and Poster Proposals are Now Open
Join us for SOIL HEALTH: A Global Imperative where you’ll enjoy an opening-night reception plus two days of networking, learning, and collaborative planning with fellow soil health leaders.
Registration is $300 for attendees with a special price of $100 for farmers and students.
You will learn about:
- Where we go next for exploring soil health – human health relationships,
- Identifying the best indicators of soil health across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico,
- New state and federal programs and policies for supporting soil health,
- Latest research in understanding and managing the soil microbiome,
- Filling the economics information gap for farmers,
- Training programs to assist farmers with adopting soil health systems,
- Adapting soil health principles in rangeland systems,
- Ecosystem service markets for the environmental benefits attributed through soil health, and
- Soil stewardship as the “Great Connector”.
… And you’ll advance soil health priorities for 2020 and beyond in:
- Measurement – Standards – Assessment
- Communications – Education
Admission to all sessions
Reception on Tuesday
Breakfast, refreshments, lunch, and banquet on Wednesday
Breakfast and refreshments on Thursday
What better place to prepare for improving soil health in 2020 and beyond than the U.S. state that produces more than 400 agricultural commodities? California leads the United States in cash farm receipts, accounting for more than 13 percent of the nation’s total agricultural value. More than a third of the country’s vegetables and two-thirds of the country’s fruits and nuts are grown here. It’s only natural that SOIL HEALTH: A Global Imperative happens right here in the state capital.