No-till and Soil Health Class Continues with River COG in Essex, CT
Take a good look at the living biology of soil under a microscope is a key skill in building soil carbon and healthy plants.
NOFA has teamed up with the Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments, (River COG) to offer an in-depth course in soil health. In particular, the course teachers farmers about the ways in which vermicompost can enhance soil health and be critical player in a no-till growing system.
From experienced growers like Craig Floyd of Coogan Farms to new farmers, this course draws a diverse and engaged group of practitioners together to learn soil health – the basic building block of any organic farming system.
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