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CAAR members may be interested in attending the US Sustainable Agronomy Conference designed for Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs), Agri-Sales Professionals, and growers which starts today, July 20, 2021.

The conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn more about sustainable agronomy in the field. Attendees will learn about what is driving sustainability agriculture, what the agronomics look like, and how to implement sustainable crop production.

The focus for this conference is not to describe research findings, but rather to demonstrate actionable practices and will on decision support and execution.

The Sustainable Agronomy Conference will include a four-part virtual “Conservation in Action Tour”, which will include videos from the field which feature interviews with experts, as well as CCAs, researchers, and farmers.

CCA Continuing Education Units (CEU’s):

  • SSp = Sustainability
  • NM = Nutrient Management
  • SW = Soil and Water Management
  • PM = Pest Management
  • CM = Crop Management

Conference organizers say that “You will leave the conference with information that you can confidently recommend to clients and implement in the field.”

Conference registration is FREE. The conference will feature six 2-hour sessions, starting July 20 ending August 24. Conference registration includes access to all session recordings through October 24*. To register, visit the website.

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