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Got Manure? Two-Day National Trade Show and Conference to Be Held in Syracuse

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Syracuse will be the site of two-day national trade show and conference, coming March 27-29, with a focus on anaerobic digestion and manure management systems. The conference will help farmers make informed business decisions about the collection, treatment, storage and application techniques of manure generated by their operations. Attendees will have the opportunity to take an optional one-day tour of select New York on-farm integrated manure handling/treatment systems utilizing anaerobic digesters.

Cornell's PRO-DAIRY Program, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and NRCS will be co-hosting the conference with AgStar, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's voluntary outreach and educational program that promotes the recovery and use of methane from animal manure.

For more details and registration information, visit the AgSTAR Web site.

Conference Hosts

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Web link graphic: New York State Energy Research and Development Authority - NYSERDA Web graphic: Natural Resources Conservation Service - NRCSWeb link graphic: United States Department of Environmental Protection - EPAWeb link graphic: Cornell Pro-Dairy Program