Livestock Waste Management A project of the
Conservation TechnologyInformation Center
Cover Crops An essential tool for sustainable cropping systems
Conservation In Action Tours Provides information and technology
for conservation agriculture. Celebrates producer achievements.
Keeping it green keeps the water clean
30th Anniversary growing conservation for 30 years
World Congress of Conservation Agriculture
Conservatoin Technology Information Center
Scholarship Fund Bringing new voices and new insights to the missions of putting conservation on the ground
CTIC champions, promotes and provides information about comprehensive
conservation and sustainable agricultural systems that are beneficial for soil, water, air and wildlife
resources and are productive and profitable for agriculture.
July 2011 //
Vol. 29 // No. 3
Jul 1, 2011
"Great Farms, Great Lake," CTIC's Conservation in Action Tour, promises an in-depth look at agricultural systems in the Maumee River basin and their effects on Lake Erie.
Photo courtesy of Defiance County Soil and Water Conservation District.
CTIC's three-year project, Innovative Producer Partnership Initiatives to Reduce Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico, funded by EPA, taught valuable lessons about collaborative efforts among the agricultural, conservation and government sectors and organizations.