NRCS and the Watershed Agricultural Council have partnered with volunteer groups in the area to help farmers remove tree tubes at Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) sites. Teams of volunteers removed approximately 300 tree tubes from one property.
The opening session from the recent National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health is presented online by Sustainable Agriculture
Research and Education (SARE). You can also view conference presentations and videos.
Each month the New York Grazing Coalition "NY Grazing News" highlights upcoming grazing related events, and provides tips that grazers of all types will find interesting and informative.
The collection, storage, and recycling of manure is a major farm enterprise that is a required expense but may have potential profit. Avoiding manure spreading at inappropriate times for both nutrient management and for environmental reasons is both an opportunity and risk.
A new report shows a boom in growing certain specialty crops as well as a growth in agricultural land, stable erosion rates, and notable land use changes.
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