Farmer Led Network Annual Summer Meeting
As a farmer, are you open to new ideas about how to reduce cost of inputs, reduce nutrient loss, increase yields, and improve the health of your soil on your farm?
If so, please join us on Thursday, July 21st, to learn about how you can improve your operation and reduce loss of nutrients from your soil. This is a free event offered by the Farmer-Led Watershed Conservation Network. Connect with other farmers in attendance to learn how they’ve incorporated practices into their operations that have improved their bottom lines and the quality of their soil. Our presenters will include Ducks Unlimited, who will present on wetland buffer strips and their capacity to reduce nutrient loss, and Legacy Land Conservancy, who will present on how conservation easements can benefit your operation.
Here’s what you need to know before you go:
What: WLEB Farmer Led Network Annual Summer Meeting
When: 8am - 1pm, free light breakfast and lunch included.
Where: Sunrise Farms, 2683 Grosvenor Hwy, Palmyra, MI 49268, USA
Why: To connect with other farmers and learn more about how you can use soil conservation practices to improve your bottom line and reduce your cost of inputs.