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WSU to co-host SoilCon24 in February

Jan. 16—PULLMAN — Washington State University will be assisting in hosting SoilCon this year, a free resource for agricultural professionals to learn science-based soil health information.

Attendees of SoilCon will engage with soil health experts from around the region, including researchers and farmers; participants will have the option of attending either in person or online.

Those interested in attending SoilCon24 are encouraged to watch an online presentation on Feb. 6 on the different types of soil health projects happening around the world.

SoilCon events include in-person and online sessions from Puyallup (Feb. 8, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.), Prosser (Feb. 13, noon to 5 p.m.), Mount Vernon (Feb. 15, 8 a.m. to noon) and Davenport (Feb. 20, 8 a.m. to noon).

For more information, or to register for SoilCon24, visit https://bit.ly/41ZMG3o.

SoilCon, hosted by the Washington Soil Health Initiative, is a partnership between WSU, the Washington State Department of Agriculture and the Washington State Conservation Commission.

SoilCon events schedule:

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SoilCon: Global Perspectives

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February 6 from 8-12 PST, online

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Explore global soil health projects and innovations from experts worldwide.

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SoilCon: Diversified Organic

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February 8from 8-12 PST in Puyallup and online

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Learn holistic farm management strategies specific to organic systems.

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SoilCon: Irrigated Perennials

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February 13 from 12-5 PST in Prosser and online

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Navigate soil health complexities in vineyards and hop yards with the latest science.

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SoilCon: NW Washington Annuals

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February 15 from 8-12 PST in Mount Vernon and online

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Discover strategies to enhance soil health in potato-based rotations in the unique maritime climate.

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SoilCon: Dryland

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February 20 from 8-12 PST in Davenport and online

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Dive into soil health management in the inland PNW.