2022 Soil Health & Regenerative Agriculture Series

— Written By Janel Ohletz
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This online series kicks off February 15

The first session will set the stage for year of soil health and regenerative agriculture focused sessions. The February session “What’s all the Buzz about Regenerative Agriculture” will be presented by your truly, Dr. Janel Louise Ohletz. I will discuss why the term ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ is so hot right now, how it differs from Sustainable Agriculture, what it actually means and why we should pay attention to the practices that are being adopted by the regenerative agriculture movement.

Each session will take place on the 3rd Tuesday of the month (with exception for March) from 6:00-7:00 p.m. and take place on line over Zoom. The sessions are free but registration is needed to receive the link.

The series will cover a variety of topics with different guest presenters speaking about their area of expertise. The main goal of the series is to increase awareness of the basics of soil health and how taking a regenerative approach to agriculture can begin to improve the soil and ecosystem health.

Here is the current line-up

Feb 15 – Dr. Janel Louise Ohletz present: What’s all the Buzz about Regenerative Agriculture. EventBrite Link to register

March 22 – Rhonda Sherman presents: Making and Using Vermicompost to Improve Soil Health. EventBrite Link to register

April 19 – Nathan Lowder presents: Cover Crop Mixes: What, When, Where, and How? EventBrite Link for more info

May 17 – Michael Ortosky: Soils and a Sense of Place: Why Location Matters for Soil Health. EventBrite Link for more info

June 21 – Hilary Nichols: Compost production and use for increased soil health. EventBrite Link for more info

More topics on the horizon…..

July 19  —  Salinity and Soil Health

August 16  — Create a Pollinator Paradise

September 20 — To DOO or Not to DOO: Manure and Soil Health

October 18 — Treating Soil Through Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation

November 15 — Do Not Disturb: Creating a No-Till System

I am always open to suggestions for new topics, so feel free to contact me at janel_ohletz@ncsu.edu