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Montana Soil Health Symposium 2024

Event Date
February 7-8, 2024
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Billings, MT
Fee Description
Reduced early bird registration closes Nov. 30.
NRCS employees look at soil structure in an alfalfa field near Broadview, Montana.

The Montana Soil Health Symposium is hosted by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Montana Association of Conservation Districts. It brings together national and local speakers to discuss soil health techniques and innovations.


Space is limited, so register soon. Reduced early bird pricing closes November 30, 2023.

This two-day event features well-known voices for regenerative agriculture and soil health like Kelsey Scott of The DX Ranch on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, Anne Bikle who wrote What Your Food Ate: How to Health the Land and Reclaim our Health, and Dr. Jon Lundgren of the ECDYSIS Foundation and Blue Dasher Farm.

Adding to these speakers are eight Montana producers covering topics relevant to farmers, ranchers, and gardeners of all sizes working to produce healthy, nutritious foods using the soil health principles.

You'll also hear from several other well known speakers from across the country that are dedicated to innovative, regenerative agriculture and sharing their experience from farming, ranching, consulting, and running their own businesses.

A pre-conference workshop on Holistic Management with Joshua and Tara Dukart is scheduled for Feb. 6, 2024.