One Good Idea: Lunch and Learn
One Good Idea is a new online platform and campaign to help farmers get started and have success with soil health and regenerative practices. Created by a multi-state team of university Extension professionals and farmers, One Good Idea was designed to facilitate farmer-to-farmer learning about practices that can improve soil, land, and bottom lines, such as cover crops, conservation tillage, rotational grazing, and nutrient management.
The platform is for farmers, but it can also support the work of professionals who work with farmers to implement conservation practices, such as Extension agents, farm advisors, and conservation professionals.
This virtual Lunch & Learn is an opportunity for professionals who work with farmers to implement conservation practices – such as Extension agents, farm advisors, and conservation professionals – to learn the “science” behind One Good Idea and how it can support their work. We’ll also cover how you could collaborate with farmers to contribute to the platform and the movement to facilitate farmer-to-farmer learning about conservation and regenerative practices. Registration is required. Register now >>
The speakers are from the One Good Idea development team:
Jenny Seifert, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension
Beth Baker, Mississippi State University
Event Date & Time
January 14, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm UTC+0