Registration for the 16th Annual Conservation in Action Tour is now open!


Experiencing Conservation in Supply Chains


Join us in Frankenmuth, Michigan, July 10-11, for the 16th annual Conservation in Action Tour! This year’s tour theme, Experiencing Conservation in Supply Chains, will help connect the circle from farmer to consumer. Attendees can look forward to seeing the supply chain up close and personal, including cutting edge dairy practices, specialty crops like sugar beets and dry beans, milling and processing, and more!


Check out an outline of the agenda HERE to see where we'll be visiting!


Online registration for the tour is quick and easy at The registration fee includes all tour activities, bus transportation and meals. Regular registration ends on June 19, registrations after June 19th will be subjected to a late fee.


A limited number of rooms are being held in a Conservation in Action Tour reservation block at the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth at a special tour rate for July 10 & 11. The registration web page includes a link for online booking of rooms at the discount rate.


On June 9 at 1:00 pm Eastern, CTIC invites you to join us for "Scaling Up Conservation Agriculture: An Exploration of Challenges and Opportunities in Michigan."


This 75-minute interactive webinar will cover the stakeholder driven work assessing the barriers and opportunities to advancing conservation agriculture across Michigan, along with program and policy recommendations. The speakers represent a diverse project team in Michigan that has been working since 2017 to address policy, economic, and structural barriers that are inhibiting broader adoption of conservation agriculture in the state.


 This webinar will act as an introduction to our tour and help familiarize our national attendees with conservation agriculture in Michigan.