Pioneering Conservation in Idaho's Treasure Valley

Join us, Tour Sponsor The Mosaic Company, and our other sponsors for the 2016 CTIC Conservation in Action Tour

Treasure Valley Idaho - 2016


August 23 - Evening Social

August 24 - Tour

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With pioneer spirit and innovative technology, Idaho farmers optimize the use of previous irrigation water, protect air quality and manage nutrients wisely to sustainably produce more than 180 crops. Idaho's value chain ranges from raw commodities to fully processed food, and extends from a thriving Buy Local/Idaho Preferred market to a global export network.
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Go West! Feel the pioneer spirit and see the innovative technology that Idaho producers use to protect the most precious treasures of the Treasure Valley - irrigation water, rich soil and clean air.

Idaho farmers produce more than 180 crops and anchor a food chain that extends around the globe. Few places offer the variety and productivity of southwest Idaho, a place guaranteed to intrigue and inspire you.
In the Field
Join CTIC and our partners for an up-close look at innovative conservation partnerships and practices on a wide range of crops and farms.

There’s no better way to explore the best in conservation farming…and no better colleagues to do it with.
Voices of Conservation
During the tour, you’ll meet a wide range of farmers and their partners committed to conservation agriculture. And a network of families growing food for other families.
Every stop is a chance to hear new voices and gain new insight on conservation. Every leg of the bus ride is a chance to make new friends and share perspectives with other conservation-minded people like you.
Ninth Annual Tour
For the past eight summers, CTIC has hosted Conservation in Action Tours around the nation, bringing people together to share ideas and inspiration, and to get an up-close look at innovative conservation practices.
Join us for this year’s tour and become part of the growing family.
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Interested in sponsoring part of the tour? Contact Chad Watts, CTIC Executive Director, at (765) 494-9555 or