2012 National No-Tillage Conference Audio

Today's Working Lands - Protecting Our Nation's Heartland (NNTC 2012 Presentation) - MP3 Download


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High-intensity rainfall events. Hypoxia. Great Lakes water demands. Nutrients leaching into watersheds. Soil erosion. Ray McCormick says these are just a few of the issues that are causing your farm and its impact on the environment to be more heavily scrutinized. The Vincennes, Ind., no-tiller says it’s causing governmental agencies to look closely at possible mandates or even incentive programs to better manage our working lands in a way that protects our natural resources.

McCormick will take a look at what’s in the 2012 Farm Bill (or proposed, depending upon its status), EPA programs or possible state and local incentives that may provide you tools for better managing your working land’s natural resources. He’ll also look at how cover-cropping, improved nitrogen and phosphorus efficiency and water-management tools will play a critical role in managing your working lands.

(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 6 Minutes; File Size: 63.5 Megabytes)

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