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Summit on Canadian Soil Health 2017

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Summit on Canadian Soil Health 2017

Time: August 22, 2017 to August 23, 2017
Location: Delta Hotel,
City/Town: Guelph, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.soilcc.ca/soilsumm…
Phone: Jim Tokarchuk, Executive Director, 204-792-2424
Event Type: summit
Organized By: Soil Conservation Council of Canada
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2017

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The upcoming SCCC Summit on Canadian Soil Health 2017 is intended to address the challenges to Canada's soil resources and seek solutions to ensuring the legacy of healthy soils for sustainable food production, enhanced biodiversity, and cleaner air and water for present and future generations.

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