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Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the 2021 WCCSHG will be postponed until December 13-15, 2022. 

Regional soil helth Network Press Releas

Provincial Prairie Forage Associations Launch Regional Soil Health Network 

Prairie Region Soil Health Network connects Prairie Canada’s marquee soil-health focused Conferences to Prairie Farmers, Producers and Ranchers

Winnipeg, MB (April 13, 2021) -- Organizers of Prairie Canada’s top conferences around soil health, grazing and regenerative agriculture are joining forces to work with, promote and celebrate each provincial group’s event and organizational activities with the launch of the Prairie Region Soil Health Network.

Western Canada Conference on Soil Health and Grazing (Alberta), Saskatchewan Forage Council (SFC) and Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association (MFGA) have all connected their annual events and
organizational activities via a jointly-signed Memorandum of Understanding to work collaboratively and together to make sure the interests of Prairie Canada farmers and producers are front and center via the connectivity of the Prairie Region Soil Health Network.

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Registration

Feb 11 - What is New in Soil Health & Plant Nutrition 101
Feb 16 - Transition to Low Input Production Systems
Feb 23 - Strategies for Regenerating Forage Stands & Using Perennial and Annual Forages in Crop Rotation
March 2 - Questions & Answer session with Joel Williams
All Sessions will be Recorded.
Only Registrants will have access to these recordings. 

"Farming and Ranching for soil health enhances biodiversity and increases biological activity. Now attendees will have the opportunity to attend two great conferences in one"

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE 2019 CONFERENCE

"There's a new perspective that was brought to my attention. As a grain producer it is extremely eye opening to see. I hope to take this forward and incorporate it into my business decisions"

"Reinforced lessons we have already learned, motivated me to increase diversity & monitoring"

"Amazing diversity among conference attendees in age, background and production which contributes greatly to the value of the overall conference experience"

"The fact that all of these people think the same way as us, that the land is the most important part of any farm & ranch"

"Practical ideas from people who are practitioners"

"The need for change. The repetitive success stories"

"There is no end to what we need to learn"

"Thank you for challenging our paradigms"

"Helps to boost moral on the farm after such a tough year"

"Incredible information from speakers and other producers. Question & answer was epic"

"We are okay - even if we are late in the game we are good to go and use the mentors"

"A re-affirmation we are moving in the right direction, thank you"

Western Canada Soil Health & Grazing Conference listings

These conferences are not associated with our planning committee but are hosted by other Western Canadian provinces committees.