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Native Plants for Native Pollinators
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In 1985, the center committed its resources and programs to the goals of “sustainable” agriculture. For agriculture to be sustainable it must be profitable, environmentally responsible, and enhance the quality of life of farm families and their communities. Learn more...
History of the Kerr Center
The Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture has been serving LeFlore County and southeastern Oklahoma since 1965 (read more history of the Kerr Center).
In this free AgriSolar Clearinghouse webinar, Dr. Greg Barron-Gafford and his group will discuss the effects of growing crops under solar panels.
Attendance is free, but registration is required.
Join the 2023 Farmers Market “Boot Camp” for a fast-moving overview of the basics of running a farmers market. You will get practical, grounded, and timely tools needed for opening day and beyond. Board members get a look behind the info booth to see what goes into market operations, as well as their role in sustaining a strong market organization and building a great team.
The National Association of Conservation Districts’ Annual Meeting is the premier event for leaders in conservation, from district officials and agency representatives to industry professionals. Each year, the meeting draws over 1,000 conservation leaders from across the United States and its territories.
Meeting attendees have the opportunity to:
– Network with landowners, partnering organizations, companies and government agencies
– Discover emerging technologies, services and programs through the Innovation Fair
– Engage in professional development
– Participate in forums discussing natural resource issues
– Develop strategies for education and outreach
– Influence conservation policy
Whether you are a novice or a garden veteran, this fun and instructional three-day Home Gardening 101 workshop will prepare you to start the growing season right. You will receive university-based training in healthy soils, composting, insect and pest management, smart watering, and many more topics.
A $75, non-refundable registration fee is required, due Feb. 1. (Make checks payable to OCMG.)
Practical Farmers of Iowa invites all beginning farmers and landowners to the annual Beginning Farmer Summit for an opportunity to reconnect with friends and peers and make new acquaintances. The event is free, and farmers from all enterprises are encouraged to attend.
Registration is required and open online until Feb. 8.