BELMONT, N.Y. — Everyone is talking about soil health. “Soil Health and Your Land”, a primer for women farmland owners, will be the topic of discussion at a Great Lakes Conservation Connect Learning Circle. This event will engage women landowners in informal discussion of soil health with local resource people at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Allegany County, 5435A County Rd 48, Belmont, NY 14813. Plan to join us from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Wednesday, July 25th for discussion and a tour to see progressive conservation practices, including award-winning streambank protection practices. Space is limited so please register in advance at https://www.farmland.org/women or by calling 585-268-7644, Ext. 18.
Great Lakes Conservation Connect is a project of American Farmland Trust in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension in New York and the Wood County Soil and Water Conservation District in Ohio. The Great Lakes Conservation Connect Project is funded by the Great Lakes Protection Fund.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension – Allegany County
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