This is the question Blake Vince will be answering on April 5th… you won’t want to miss it!
Blake Vince is a fifth generation farmer from Merlin, Ontario, Canada. He was also named as a 2013 Nuffield Scholar– his topic being “conserving farm land with cover crops and the importance of biodiversity.” Vince currently produces commercial corn, soybeans, and winter wheat on 1,300 acres, and all of his farm management practices are centered on ensuring healthy soils and quality water.
Are you interested in learning how he does it? Do you want to hear some of the tips he has when it comes to no-till and cover crops? Blake Vince will be speaking at the Wood County Jr. Fair Building on April 5th at 8am for a discussion on his farming practices! Additional information about the BGSU Center for Lake Erie and Watershed Studies will also be shared. A $10 registration fee will covering your hot breakfast. CCA credits are also currently working to be verified.
To RSVP or if you have any questions, contact Abby Wensink at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (419) 354-5517.