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Soil Health Workshops in February

For the past 100+ years soil health has been declining across the Inland Northwest. This is not a problem just within the Inland Northwest but a global issue. Soil is the number one most important unit for sustaining agriculture production. A focus must be made to protect and enhance our productive soil for efficient and economically viable agriculture production for many generations to come.

On February 16 and 17th, soil health workshops will be held in Spokane and Walla Walla, Washington.

Soil Health HandFebruary 16, Spokane Valley

Mirabeau Park Hotel & Convention Center
1100 N Sullivan Road
Spokane Valley, WA 99037
509-924-9000

February 17, Walla Walla

The Marcus Whitman Hotel
6 West Rose Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
509-524-5106

For more details and to register, click here. For questions and comments, contact Steve Van Vleet at svanvleet@wsu.edu or (509) 397-3290.

2 comments on “Soil Health Workshops in February”

  1. Jake cloninger said on January 27, 2017:

    Are there CCA credit for this workshop

    • Blythe Howell said on January 31, 2017:

      Hi Jake, yes, CCA credits have been applied for.

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