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Join us for CTIC's 2016
Conservation in Action Tour!
Terry Tindall, 2016 tour chair, highlights some of what we'll be seeing.
 
 
FROM THE FIELD
The Indian Creek Watershed Project demonstrated the power of voluntary conservation practices to impact local water quality. Hear local farmers explain how their community banded together to put conservation systems into action.
 

2016 CONSERVATION IN ACTION TOUR
Join us on August 23-24 in Idaho to see the innovative technology that Idaho producers use to protect the most precious treasures of the Treasure Valley - irrigation water, rich soil and clean air.
 

2015 SUCCESS BY THE NUMBERS

2015 was a year of great accomplishment for CTIC and our members. See how the numbers stack up in CTIC's Success by the Numbers.
 

A coordinated national effort to encourage the formation of local, voluntary watershed partnerships and successfully meet their goals. The initiative is sponsored by more than 70 diverse National Partners representing private and public corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations...More
 
Soybeans in No-tillCTIC champions, promotes and provides information on technologies and sustainable agricultural systems that conserve and enhance soil, water, air and wildlife resources...More
We deliver balanced information about comprehensive, sustainable agricultural systems. With our members, we support environmentally responsible and economically...More



CTIC thanks QuestionPro for sponsoring the survey software used to track conservation adoption trends and more.