Exciting News! Join us for a Groundbreaking Intercropping Seminar!
Calling all agriculture enthusiasts, researchers, scientists, producers, and businesses. Uncover the Secrets of Intercropping for Sustainable Agriculture! Get ready for a day filled with insightful discussions, innovative research findings, and hands-on experiences. Together, we’ll explore intercropping in the Peace Region by increased yields, management techniques, and soil health improvement.
Date: November 23rd
Registration starts at 8:30 AM, event starts at 9:00 AM
Location: Chateau Nova, 10010-74 Street
Peace River, AB
- Maximizing Crop Diversity
- Boosting Soil Fertility
- Intercropping Yields
- Integrated Pest Management
- Sustainable Practices for Long-Term Success
- Producer Panel
Network with Industry Leaders: Connect with fellow agri-enthusiasts, scientists, producers, and businesses. Forge collaborations that will shape the future of agriculture!
Will have a much anticipated producer panel composed of producers from the Peace Region.
Learn from the experiences of Peace Region Producers in intercropping. Discover innovative strategies for intercropping techniques and maximizing yields straight from the field. They’ll delve into the art of pairing complementary crops and the ecological advantages it brings. Hear about their first hand observations and experiences to to revolutionize your own farming techniques.
Esteemed research scientists and local research associations will be joining us to share groundbreaking findings. Dive into the latest studies, data-driven strategies, and practical applications on intercropping. This collaborative exchange of knowledge aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge research and on-the-ground implementation.
Learn from Leading Experts:
- Dr. Linda Gorim – University of Alberta
- Scott Chalmers – Westmen Agriculture Diversification Organization
- Graduate Student Jose Correa-Ramos – University of Alberta
Hear from local Peace Region Research Associations
- North Peace Applied Research Association
- Smokey Agriculture Research and Demonstration Association
Mackenzie Applied Research Association
Don’t miss out on this golden opportunity to revolutionize your agriculture practices. Together, we’ll grow a more sustainable and prosperous future!
Hot lunch included
This project is funded in part by RDAR (Results Driven Agriculture Research)
Funding in part for this project has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Agricultural Climate Solutions – Living Lab program