Cover Crop Workshop – November 19, 2018

— Written By Kerri Rayburn
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Have you heard the buzz about Soil Health? Are you considering implementing cover crops into your rotation? Want to see how a cover crop roller works? If so, consider joining us for an upcoming workshop!

The North Carolina Conservation Districts are hosting spring and fall Soil Health Field Days to demonstrate the importance of cover crops. All producers and technical resource people are invited to join. You will have lots of time to network with other producers and local cover crop experts as well as view a demonstration field in multi-species cover crops.

Nash District’s Soil Health Diverse Cover Crop Workshop is rescheduled for November 19, 2018, starting at 9 a.m. at the former Mt. Pleasant Emergency Services Building, 7637 Harris Road, Bailey NC 27807. Invited speakers include Buz Kloot and Russell Hendrick. No registration fee and event held rain or shine. RSVP to Nash District at 252-462-2471 by Nov 14.

To access the agendas and learn about other county projects, visit the Soil & Water Conservation website. Technical reports are located under the Program tab at Soil Health Initiative – Multi-Species Cover Crops.

The Foundation’s Soil Health Initiative is supported by Cotton Incorporated, Southern SARE, NC State University’s Department of Soil Science, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service and Agriculture Research Services, N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the NC Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. More workshops will be announced later! To request workshop announcements email

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–Michelle Lovejoy, NC Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation