Homesteading for Soil Health Workshop Being Held in Abilene

By Ryan Duey

The Conservation Districts of Clay, Dickinson, and Ottawa Counties invite you to join them for a free, fun, and informative workshop: Homesteading for Soil Health.

This event will be held on Saturday, April 13th at Sterl Hall in Abilene. Registration begins at 8:30 am, with complimentary coffee, doughnuts, and lunch provided.

This Workshop will include:

· Beekeeping basics with Jessica & Casey Knudson from Glasco.

· Community and regenerative agriculture with Shelby Beyer of Anchor Farms from Cheney.

· Exploring pollinator plants for a continuous food source with Jason Graves from K-State Extension.

· And a free copy of “Building Soils for Better Crops” for participants (while supplies last).

This event is free, but reservations are requested by April 5th. Call or text 785-407-0998 to reserve your spot.

This Workshop is Sponsored by: Kansas Department of Agriculture Division of Conservation (DOC), Kansas Association of Conservation Districts (KACD), and Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE).

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