Join Sasksoil for this 2 day conference packed with speakers including soil ecologists, agronomists, Saskatchewan and Alberta producers and FaRM mentors.
Join CFGA to discuss On Farm Climate Action Fund (OFCAF) Grazing Plans and Application Tips: Wading through the paperwork for success. Register to get the zoom link.
Join Rigas Karamanos, PhD Soil Scientist from Alberta, for this free webinar on how economic and environmental goals can come together to reduce volatilization of urea-based fertilizers. Topics covered will include urease inhibitors, irrigation and how nitrogen Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers (EEFs) fit within 4R Nutrient Stewardship. NOTE: This webinar offers CEUs for CCA/PAgs. This webinar is free for anyone but you do need to create a free account with the American Society of Agronomy to access the webinar link.
Interested in becoming a Mentor for the FaRM program? Join CFGA for this introduction to Advanced Grazing Systems mentorship opportunity. Deep dive into cell design and development of mentor-producer relations. If you missed day 1, you can still register for day 2.
Karlah completed a degree in Environmental and Soil Science from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master's of the Environment from the University of Manitoba. After working in agri-environmental extension for many years, she returned to the family farm in Southwestern Saskatchewan full time in 2015, where she currently raises commodity crops and beef cattle with her husband and their young son.