No-Till Farmer, the parent publication of Dryland No-Tiller, has kicked off the New Year with a newly redesigned website.

Featuring a clean, organized look with easy-to-browse content, is now the largest depository of no-till information on the Internet, with more than 15 years of No-Till Farmer newsletter and Conservation Tillage Guide magazine content available on the site.

New feature articles and the latest no-till news can be found at the top of the home page, with additional resources — such as free reports, upcoming events, industry news, videos and No-Till Farmer columns — available as you scroll down.

Looking for information on a specific no-till subject? Click on the “Topics” button in the upper left corner to find the content that best suits your needs. Beginning no-tillers, or those looking for a refresher on the basics, can also learn more about the principles of no-till, and how to overcome challenges to successfully convert to the practice, by visiting the No-Till 101 section

Another new feature of the site improves the overall customer experience for registered users by providing one place for them to manage their own account. You can customize your personal no-till topic interests, update subscriptions, select free electronic newsletters and updates, check on order history and manage login email and password information.

Users with digital subscriptions will also have full access to the entire No-Till Farmer content database, which includes more than 5,000 articles and features.

If you’re currently receiving Dryland No-Tiller, nothing has changed. It will continue to arrive in your inbox twice a month as usual — although you’ll be viewing the content on our website, rather than the magazine-style format you’ve been using the past year.

If you’re receiving Dryland No-Tiller but haven’t taken the time to check out our website, please do so. We’re confident you will enjoy all the no-till resources we have to offer. The new site requires a one-time registration, and new users can register here, while registered users of the previous website just need to reset their account password.

Have a question or comment about the new website, or the registration process? Please feel free to send me an e-mail.