Soils are fundamental to agriculture and food security. With limited agricultural land and the complications posed by climate change, it is critical to maintain and strive to improve working soils to ensure a resilient future. Improved soil carbon and nitrogen management can increase a farm’s soil health, profits, and adaptability to extreme weather. It can also reduce a farm’s carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is a way to mitigate the impacts of climate change.
This webinar is intended for technicians and educators who are looking to assist landowners in navigating options for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from soil through soil carbon and nitrogen management. Other social, environmental, or economic considerations will also be addressed in this presentation.
This webinar is presented by the USDA Northeast Climate Hub. Contact Jennifer Ryan, Science & Technology Training Library content manager, for more information about this webinar.
How To Register / Participate?
You do not need to pre-register for this webinar. Space is NOT limited. You will need to plan to join the Webinar 15 to 30 minutes so that you can register and successfully join the presentation interface. Approximately 30 minutes before the webinar's start time, the 'Join' button will be activated on the website link provided. Once the 'Join' button is available, you may click the join button and begin the registration process.
29th September 2020 at 12pm US/Eastern (5pm BST)