Main St & 4th Ave N
Holland, IA 50642
Strip-Till and Cover Crops Field Day
Hosted by Practical Farmers of Iowa, this field day on June 8 is all about strip-till and cover crops.
The field day is free and open to all, but RSVPs are requested for the meal. Please contact Liz Juchems at (515) 294-5429 or email@example.com.
About the Practical Farmers of Iowa
Practical Farmers of Iowa’s mission is equipping farmers to build resilient farms and communities. Practical Farmers of Iowa is an inclusive organization representing a diversity of farmers. Farmers in our network raise corn and soybeans, hay, livestock large and small, horticultural crops from fruits and vegetables to cut flowers and herbs, and more. Our members have conventional and organic systems; employ diverse management practices; run operations of all sizes; and come from a range of backgrounds. These farmers come together, however, because they believe in nature as the model for agriculture and they are committed to moving their operations toward sustainability.
Directions to this Field Day
The field day will start at the Holland City Park, near the intersection of 4th Avenue N and Main Street, near the ball diamond. After dinner and discussion, the group will walk to the field, which is just 1.5 blocks east of the park. Click here for more detailed directions.
Practical Farmers’ 2017 field days are supported by several sustaining and major sponsors, including: Ag Ventures Alliance; Albert Lea Seed; Center for Rural Affairs; Fertrell; Gandy Cover Crop Seeders; Grain Millers, Inc.; Iowa Beef Center; IA Environmental Council; IA State University Department of Agronomy; Iowa Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE); ISU Extension and Outreach; La Crosse Forage and Turf Seed; Lemken; Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture; MOSA Organic Certification; Natural Resources Defense Council; Organic Valley / Organic Prairie; Riverside Feeds, LLC; The Scoular Company; Trees Forever; Unilever; University of Iowa College of Public Health (I-CASH); Upper Iowa Audubon Society; USDA: Natural Resources Conservation Service; Wallace Chair for Sustainable Agriculture; and Welter Seed & Honey Co.