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Soil Health and Water Quality in the Thames River Basin

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Soil Health and Water Quality in the Thames River Basin

Time: August 22, 2019 from 8am to 12pm
Location: Willson Hall, U of G Ridgetown Campus
Street: 120 Main Street E
City/Town: Ridgetown Ontario
Website or Map: https://soil-health-water-qua…
Phone: 519-354-7310 EXT228
Event Type: informational/plot, tour
Organized By: LTVCA
Latest Activity: Aug 19

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Come learn about the latest research into BMP's for Soil Health and Water Quality in Southern Ontario. Enjoy a Free Breakfast! Hear about how other farmers are adding BMP's into their practices and tour some research plots at the college. Farmers in Jeannettes and McGregor Creek sub-watersheds of Chatham-Kent will learn about funding opportunities for BMP's as well.

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