2022 Agricultural Biodiversity on Western Farms - Habitat Working for Farmers
Tuesday May 24th and Wednesday May 25th, 2022 - 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Free event - Registration Required
Conference Resources and Handouts
A free virtual conference on practices to develop habitats that conserve agricultural biodiversity and their benefits in western farming systems for farmers, conservationists, and other agricultural professionals.
Farmer preferred habitats and practices
Best methods and plants for practices
Benefits and beneficial insects associated with biodiversity and their impacts in Western cropping systems
Featuring: Peter Kenagy of Kenagy Family Farm in the Willamette Valley, Brad Bailie of Lenwood Farm in the Columbia Basin, Rachael Long, University of CA Cooperative Extension, Yolo County, Rex Dufour, CA Office National Center for Appropriate Technology, Gail Redberg of the Tribal Native Nursery of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and more.
Sponsored by Benton, Clackamas, Marion, East and West Multnomah and Tualatin Soil Water and Conservation Districts, National Center for Appropriate Technology and the Oregon IPM Center.