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Improving drainage management on agricultural lands

A team of 22 university researchers are working with the USDA to develop new technologies and strategies to improve drainage.

Vilsack: Inflation Reduction Act “will provide significant support for farmers”

The act would provide nearly $20 billion for agricultural conservation

Is water quality a trade-off for the benefits of no-till?

Research finds that no-till can promote the development of macropores in fine-textured clay soil, allowing P to move quickly from soil surface to drains.
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Grow Our People

Register for the new Grow Our People Summit

The Grow Our People Summit was created for the two million people who work in agriculture and food in Canada – to invest in them, thank them and get them energized and equipped for the future. Summit attendees will leave the event with new skills, deeper networks, and a renewed sense of enthusiasm for our agri-food sector.

The Grow Your People Summit will be held in-person at the Sheraton Fallsview in Niagara Falls from November 2-4, 2022. Registration for this ‘unconference’ event experience is now open at  loft32.ca/growourpeople
GroundBreakers series

GroundBreakers series: Brett Sheffield and Matt Mroz

Manitobans Brett Sheffield and Matt Mroz have had each other’s backs since their days studying agriculture. Now as frequent collaborators and contracting partners, together they set out to do good work and prove the value of drainage. But Sheffield, who owns NextGen Drainage and Mroz, owner of Revasto Enterprises, acknowledge that learning is a lifelong effort. In the fourth and final episode of the GroundBreakers series, the two discuss their journeys through the industry, what they’ve learned and what they’d still like to accomplish. » Listen now...

Tile drainage field day

Aug. 25
Location: Michigan
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