Soil Health Symposium set for March 5

Farmers, advisers and ag industry people who want to promote resilient farms are invited to the fourth annual Ohio Soil Health Symposium at the Kehoe Center in Shelby.

The day features speakers, lunch, pie and ice cream, and continuing education credits.

Barry Fisher, Indiana state soil health specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, is the keynote speaker, and plans to create a simple plan for farms to improve their resilience to markets, weather, critical neighbors and pests.

Some of the additional speakers include Kasey Bryant, Sjoerd Duiker and Daniel Brothers Farm, and some additional topics include regenerative ag, livestock integration, social media and securing grants.

Registration is $50 for people who have attended in the past, or $60 if not.

Register at OhioSoilHealth.com or by calling Seneca Conservation District at (419) 447-7073.