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Farming Evolution 2016 provides an opportunity to learn about no-till, whether farmers are new to the idea or looking for the next step

A no-till workshop will be available beginning 8:30 a.m. Feb. 17-18 at Phillips County Fairgrounds in Holyoke, Colo. for those considering a switch to no-till or who are new to no-till.

The workshop includes keynote speakers Dr. Jill Clapperton, Lance Gunderson, Paul Jasa and Clark Harshbarger as well as no-till farmers Michael Thompson, John Heermann, Dietrich Kastens, Steve Tucker and Nathan Pearce.

Day one will be geared toward those considering no-till and new to no-till. Day two will be geared toward those with no-till experience looking for the next step.



If you register by Feb. 2, the cost for a single day will be $25 and both days will be $35. If you register after Feb. 5, the cost for a single day will be $35 and both days will by $45.

For a full schedule and more information on registration and lodging, go to http://www.eventbrite.com/e/farming-evolution-2016-tickets-19553019608?aff=es2.



-Staff reports


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