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Meeting Room 3, at the Queensbury Convention Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

As farm inputs climb producers are looking to improve fertility and manage soil health to improve profitability on their farm. Current programming centred around sequestering carbon by reducing fertilizer inputs have led some brave individuals to dabble in the livestock and cover crop areas to relieve input pressures. Please join us for lunch and an hour or two to hear speakers discuss their experiences with cover cropping and including livestock into their farm rotations.

Rick Clark is a fifth generation farmer from Williamsport, IN. The main goal on the farm is to build soil health and achieve balance with Mother Nature. Rick has developed, and is constantly improving, a systematic approach to regenerative farming. He is most proud of incorporating regenerative farming practices with all acres being certified organic. He calls it regenerative organic stewardship with no tillage. He will suppress weeds and build soil health with cover crops and no tillage. Rick also cares deeply about human health as it is another important driver behind the organic no-till style of farming. Rick is building a system that will be viable and profitable for generations to come.

June 22/23
- 11 a.m. Seating, cash bar open
- 11:30 a.m. Lunch buffet is open
- 12 p.m. Rick Clark - Farm Green and the Economic Benefits of Regenerative Practices, Farm Green LLC
- 1:15 p.m. Ducks Unlimited – Marginal Acres Program
- 1:30 p.m. Panel – Micheal Ferguson, Cody Strasa, Lorne Schroeder– Integrating Cattle into the Rotation ~

hear from producers using cattle in their farming operations

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