As an Indiana farmer, you know that long-lived farm businesses learn to thrive in an ever-changing environment.
To help you manage your business amid these unprecedented times, Farm Journal is proud to bring this exclusive virtual program—available live on November 30th at 12 CST/1PM EST and via on-demand video replay—to you and other producers operating in the Middle Wabash watershed.
This webinar will introduce you to America’s Conservation Ag Movement and its work in your local area and allow you to meet & greet a panel of farmers in your area who have adopted change in their businesses for better economic and environmental outcomes.
Interested in joining the conversation? You can take two quick steps:
Fill out the form on this page to register for this free webinar (we’ll send you a replay link afterward, too). Be sure to mark your calendar for November 30th at 12 PM CST – there will be plenty of time for Q&A and great conversation!
Click here to join our two Facebook groups for farmers like you and other conservation practitioners.
- One is specific to this Middle Wabash watershed region: Farm Journal Conservation Community – Middle Wabash, Indiana
- The other is a general ACAM group for producers across the nation, interested in participating in conversations about agricultural conservation practices: America’s Conservation Ag Movement (ACAM)
There, the conversation continues 24/7, and we look forward to learning together to help support local farm businesses like yours.
Don’t miss this free opportunity to get to know other farmers in your area who have a passion for the land, farming in the Middle Wabash, and the future of agriculture.
ABOUT AMERICA’s CONSERVATION AG MOVEMENT
This webinar is brought to you by America’s Conservation Ag Movement. We bring farmers and the sustainability community together around the future of farming by bringing profitable, planet-friendly farming practices into the mainstream.
We connect the dots, giving farmers a platform to share their journey, meet other farmers on the same path and access the resources they need to undertake change. The Movement is organized by Trust In Food, a Farm Journal initiative, in partnership with the Farm Journal Foundation. Financial and technical support is provided by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and a broad coalition of partners: American Farmland Trust, Corteva, Ducks Unlimited, Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, National Corn Growers Association, National Pork Board, Sanderson Farms, SIMPAS, United Sorghum Checkoff Program, The Nature Conservancy and Valent.
About our Keynote Speaker:
After graduating from Iowa State University with a degree in Ag Journalism, Chip has been covering and analyzing ag markets and issues for 30 years. After a 17-year run as editor of Pro Farmer newsletter, Chip is now Editor Emeritus of Pro Farmer, Farm Journal Economist and the host of two hours of live talk radio, the issue- and market-driven AgriTalk. Each hour airs live on stations across the country and on the AgriTalk app.