Fuller Field School
101 Cottonwood St
Emporia, KS 66801
The field school includes expert presentations, in-the-field activities, goal setting, and networking.
Rays teaches soil health, and the principles of agroecology. Ray’s enthusiasm for soil health is contagious, and his message of interconnectedness of soil and humans is not to be missed. He is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist with Soil Science Society of America. He recently moved to Missouri, where he is in the process of starting his own farm.
Walt has been practicing Holistic Management practices since before the term was coined. He is also the author of three books: How Not To Go Broke Ranching, The Green Revolution Delusion, and The Gathering At Oak Creek. Walt pulls no punches when it comes to discussing problems with the current
agriculture production model. After almost going broke following the advice of high tech agriculture experts, he spent years developing a biological approach to ranching based on planned grazing management.
DR. DON HUBER
Don has had a long career focused on plant physiology, microbiology and pathology, in academia at Purdue University, as well as in the military, where he served in sensitive areas such as global epidemiology, national production capabilities and national security. He taught, researched and published at Purdue University for 35 years. His field is soil-borne disease, physiology of disease, and microbial ecology. Dr. Huber is probably best known for his research on glyphosate and its
affects on the soil and human micro biome.
To register or for more information, contact Gail Fuller by email or phone (620-344-3363).