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Two weeks remain for registration to Premiere Soil Health Conference

Registration for the two-day conference gives attendees access to 27 of the top soil health scientists and growers, 47 breakout sessions, 2 general sessions and networking opportunities with speakers and fellow attendees.

Just two weeks remain to register for the 22nd annual No-till on the Plains Winter Conference, the premier North American soil health conference. Online registration will close January 25th also marking the end of the regular conference rates. The annual conference is set for January 30-31, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency and Century II Convention Center, in Wichita, Kan. The new venue will bring new networking opportunities for attendees, and Wichita offers ample entertainment and dining opportunities.

This year’s speaker lineup features world-renowned holistic manager and educator, Alan Savory. Founder and president of the Savory Institute, Other top speakers include Jimmy Emmons, producer from Leedey, Okla., Sarah Singla, no-till producer from France; Jill Clapperton, principal scientist and co-founder of Rhizoterra, Inc.; Derek Axten, no-till producer from Canada.; Josh Lloyd, no-till producer from Clay Center, Kan. and John Heerman, no-till producer from Haxtun, Colo.

Registration for the two-day conference gives attendees access to 27 of the top soil health scientists and growers, 47 breakout sessions, 2 general sessions and networking opportunities with speakers and fellow attendees. Current registration price is $295, which includes lunch each day. Walk-in registration will be available for the conference, but the rate will increase to $375. Online registration is available now at notill.org.

No-till on the Plains Winter Conference is proud to have top-tier industry sponsors including Noble Research Institute, KCoe Isom Food & Ag, Green Cover Seed, and Farmers Business Network. Additional sponsor partners include, Exapta Solutions, Shelbourne Reynolds, Savory Institute, Paicines Ranch, and the Ceres Trust. Learn more at notill.org.

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