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UPCOMING EARTHCARE COLORADO EVENTS

 We will be attending:

 

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Our team is sponsoring and will have a booth at:

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WESTERN COLORADO FOOD & FARM FORUM

Making Every Drop Count
January 11, 2014 — 8:30am-4:30pm

The Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum will take place Saturday, January 11, 2014 at the Montrose Pavilion.  The Conference features speakers from throughout Colorado discussing Crop Production, Livestock Production, Ag Marketing and Management, and Ag Specialty Areas. With this year’s theme, Making Every Drop Count, we will highlight the critical role water plays in the future of agriculture and in day to day operational decision making.   The Conference is for anyone with an interest in the future of agriculture, including: ranchers, farmers, gardeners, students, restauranteurs. Whether you’re looking to improve or innovate on your existing practices, hoping to incorporate high tunnels and compost tea, or have an interest in Colorado water law, the conference has a myriad of resources and networking opportunities.

 

EarthCare Colorado will also be sponsoring/attending the:

headerfromFlyerHEALTHY SOIL CONFERENCE
January 23rd & 24th 2014

Healthy soil is teeming with life and activity. It’s rich in organic matter, insects, earthworms, air, water and nutrients. Practices that will be presented include reducing water and synthetic inputs leading to lower operating costs. Healthy soil improves crop quality and yield along with reducing objectionable field runoffs such as salts, nitrates and selenium.
Please join us for a two-day event designed to educate producers and agency personnel about issues of water quality and the relationship of on farm soil practices to achieving improved water quality in the Colorado River and it’s tributaries.      2014 Soil Health Conference Flyer

 

 

 

“The grass came out earlier, was thicker and greener than I have ever seen for this time of year. For the first time the cows could not keep up with the growth and this year, we will have hay to cut from these fields.”

Rhonda & Don Belleck, Cattle Ranchers
Richton, Mississippi  

Rhonda & Don Belleck, Richton, Mississippi

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