Thu, Apr 16 | Online Event Webinar

WEBINAR - Growing Soil Health & Regenerative Agriculture

This webinar, presented by Minnesota Lakes & Rivers (MLR), will change not only the way you view farming, its impact on the environment, but also the way you view the food you eat and the incredible power you, as a consumer, have in protecting our lakes and rivers.
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WEBINAR - Growing Soil Health & Regenerative Agriculture

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Apr 16, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Online Event Webinar

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This webinar will change not only the way you view farming, its impact on the environment, but also the way you view the food you eat and the incredible power you, as a consumer, have in protecting our lakes and rivers.

Farmer Jim Chamberlain has been a leader in the emerging regenerative agriculture and soil health farming movement for many years.

In this webinar Jim will present an overview of these practices, the impact these farm practices can have not only on water quality, but local communities, families and human health. Regenerative agriculture and soil health practices are also changing long established agricultural economic models. Jim Chamberlain will also let you know what lake home and cabin owners and Lake Associations can do to support and advance this new model of agriculture as farmers work to not only raise food, but to do it in a way that protects our precious waters.

Minnesota Lake and Rivers in partnership with the Pine River Watershed Alliance and the Association of Cass County Lakes is working to pilot a farm to table program where lake associations and lake home and cabin owners in Cass County and Pine River Watershed can buy food from farmers that protect the public waters.

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