November 2010 //
Vol. 28 // No. 3
Oct 19, 2010
Read about Oklahoma's partnership promoting no-till wheat, milled locally into flour. The program supports both conservation and community supported agriculture.
Photo:  Great Plains Resource
Conservation and Development.
// SUSTAINABLE FARMING //
From Farm to Fork
No-till wheat farmers such as David Eyster of Thomas, Okla., could realize as much as $8.00 per bushel in a newly created market.
// LIVESTOCK WASTE MANAGEMENT //
Getting to the Bottom of the Waste Management Challenge
An Ohio state-local partnership samples manure at different depths of hog manure pits to measure the manure's nutrient value.
// PROJECT SPOTLIGHT //
Indian Creek Watershed Project
Project partners plan to determine water quality improvement results when 50-75 percent of the watershed’s agricultural producers adopt comprehensive agricultural conservation systems.
// SUCCESS STORY //
Conservation In Action Tour 2010: "Best Tour Yet"
Participants found out how agriculture protects water quality and improves soil health during the Conservation In Action Tour 2010.
// MEDAL MEMBERS //
Member Recognition
CTIC members are committed to our mission.
//Welcome//
Welcome to our Newest Member
Bayer Crop Science:  Dedicated to conservation agriculture
// PARTNER UPDATE //
Partner Update
Corn and Soybean Digest
// RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY BRIEFS //
Research & Technology Briefs
Read articles to learn more about the latest happenings in conservation agriculture.
// CONSERVATION EVENT //
Upcoming Events
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