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Webinar: Transitioning Small Grain Production to Organic

What will you learn?

Join this webinar to learn about the transition from conventional to organic small grain production and related management practices. Learn more…

Presenter(s):

  • Diana Roberts, Ph.D., Professor and Regional Extension Specialist, Washington State University Extension, Spokane, WA

Session Details: Feb 7, 2017 3:00 pm US/Eastern     Duration: 01:00       Export Event to Calendar

*** Please join the session 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar. ***

Who should participate?

Conservationists, Agronomists, Land Managers, Land Owners, Others

Education Credits Units:

  • Certified Crop Advisors – 1 hour CCA – CM Credit 
  • Conservation Planner – 1 hour Conservation Planning Credit

Contact Holli.Kuykendall@gnb.usda.gov for more information.

Prepare your computer or mobile device in advance:

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