Join NPARA and HumaTerra Regen Ag Inc. for a FREE event on May 1st at 10:00 am.
Learn how adding natural occurring beneficial broad spectrum Fungi and Bacteria to your Soil can benefit crop production.
This in person event will present on several topics, product, research, and technology information.
Products: HumaTerra’s H-start products which contain naturally occurring Fungi and Bacteria and how building those natural beneficial populations can benefit your farm.
Research: The 2022 Trial data in Agriculture utilizing 11 Independent research centers throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as Farmer run Head to Head trials.
Technology: Utilizing DNA fingerprint soil analysis technology to measure the Fungi and Bacteria populations in HumaTerra’s Pellets, as well as H-starts impact on the Farm.
Trevor Bouchard will be presenting on behalf of HumaTerra
Trevor has a horticultural background, including permaculture, has extensive experience using compost and has passion for soil health in Agriculture.
Register now for catering purposes by contacting us at 780-836-3354 or email@example.com
Lunch will be sponsored by HumaTerra
Everyone is welcome at the Ag Drone School, from teenagers to retired agronomists, from government environmental agency staff to agtech entrepreneurs. You don’t even need to have a drone — only about ¼ of attendees already have an RPAS, many are just taking the course because they want to learn about it before purchasing anything.
After completion of day two, you will have your legal drone license (If you choose to take the Online Transport Canada test), drone flying experience, and additional information on drone use in the Agriculture industry.
During the course, Land View will talk about the uses & limitations of this technology for agriculture and exactly how you would go about using the data. We’ll discuss what is possible in vegetative remote sensing now and demonstrate exactly what sensors & software you would use on your farm.
Land View’s Ag Drone School deals with every aspect of productive, safe, and legal use of remotely piloted aerial systems by farmers & agronomists. Topics covered include:
- Introduction to Remote Sensing of Vegetation
- NDVI and other vegetative indexes
- Data accuracy: sensor types and calibration
- Future of crop imaging … hyperspec, thermal, machine learning
- From fly to apply: software workflows
- Use cases: the many uses of drones on farms
- Knowledge Requirements for Small Basic Operations:
- Air law, air traffic rules and procedures
- RPAS airframes, power plants, propulsion and systems
- Human factors
- Flight operations
- Theory of flight
Seem like something you would be interested in?
Register on the Land View Ag Drone School Website
View Peace River Ag Drone School PDF
Cost is $490 for two full days including lunches
$590 with a DJI Tello drone to keep for practice.
Contact Land View Drones if wanting Advanced Certificate training for $499.
Online Transport Canada test (optional, $10 fee payable to Transport Canada)
Either join us in person for some coffee with your laptop or online to go through and prepare applications for the On-Farm Climate Action Fund that opens up February 13th.
Federal grants, through the Agricultural Climate Solutions On-Farm Climate Action Fund (OFCAF) is available for the expenses of cover crops, nitrogen fertilizer, and rotational grazing
Eligible expenses that you can be paid back up to 85% or $75k include:
– Cover crop seed and cost of seeding
– Nitrogen-loss inhibitors, the cost difference between urea and ESN fertilizer and manure hauling
– New custom perimeter fence around crop land for post-harvest grazing, portable electric fencing equipment and Cross-fencing
– Solar panel powered waterers that support rotational grazing
– Legume seed such as alfalfa, sainfoin, cicer milkvetch, hairy vetch, and birds foot trefoil seed
Funding for this project (in part) has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Agricultural Climate Solutions – On-Farm Climate Action Fund.
RSVP to learn more about OFCAF funding!!!
Bring your laptops and notebooks to the NPARA Office at 9:00 AM on February 2nd.
Coffee will be made and your local EFP technician(Lance) will be available to dedicate his time to help you fill in the EFP workbook so that you may get your certificate.
Certificates may be needed for certain Canadian Agricultural Partnership Grants.
If you have questions or would like to attend, please contact Josée or Lance at 780-836-3354
How is Soil Carbon measured? How is it carbon within the soil in regions documented? How does mapped soil carbon help me and my farm?
Do you have these questions?
Bring them and other questions to this event and speakers Dr. Kris Nichols and Kimberly Cornish just may answer them.
Join us at 1pm on February 9th at the Manning Legion Hall.
Dr. Kris Nichols and Kimberly Cornish have been mapping carbon throughout Alberta and have measured two locations in the Northern Lights County. At this event they will explain how and why. Dr. Kris Nichols and Kimberly Cornish will explain why carbon is beneficial for farmers and will educate on cropping systems that will influence long-term carbon sequestration.