Lawton Soil Health Workshop

Lawton Soil Health Workshop

Contact:Kirk Schreiner
580-353-1564 x3
kirk.schreiner@ok.usda.gov

Location: reat Plains Technology Center at 4500 Southwest Lee Boulevard, Lawton

Learn to build soil health and increase the productivity of your land at the Comanche County Conservation and Agriculture Workshop on July 21. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and partners will share the latest techniques in boosting soil fertility and reducing soil loss. Experts will also be on hand to discuss uses for removed cedar trees, the Veterinary Feed Directive and USDA programs.

The workshop is from 9:00-1:30 on July 21 at Great Plains Technology Center at 4500 Southwest Lee Boulevard, Lawton. This event is free and lunch will be provided. Please RSVP and request accommodation for persons with disabilities by July 18 at 580-353-1564 extension 3 or 405-612-9331 or carol.crouch@ok.usda.gov.

Soil health is the key to restoring Oklahoma’s degraded soils. By limiting soil disturbance, keeping living plants on fields year round and more intensively managing grazing operations, farmers and ranchers can increase productivity and sustain the land for future generations.

Fees: Event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP and request accommodation for persons with disabilities by July 18 at 580-353-1564 extension 3 or 405-612-9331 or carol.crouch@ok.usda.gov.

Registration required: Yes

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