Edge of Field Systems for Improved Productivity and Water Quality
September 13-14, 2016
Lincoln Land Community College
5250 Shepherd Rd.
Springfield, IL
This workshop will provide CCAs and other ag consultants with the foundation to recognize opportunities for reducing their clients’ impact on water quality.
The workshop is free, however, registration is required.

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