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Soil School 2021 – How To Meadowscape for Carbon Sequestration
April 13, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join us and our partner, Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District, for the ninth annual Soil School! This year it’s online!
To continue with health and safety precautions, we will be hosting the workshop as a free webinar series over the month of April.
Live sessions will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. (7:30 p.m. for Opening Session and Keynote).
All sessions will be recorded for later viewing.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m., April 6 – April 29.
Local soil experts will share their knowledge of topics related to soil and soil health, and will be available to answer your soil-related questions.
April 6 – Opening Session: It’s all about SOIL!
April 8 – Four Principles of Soil Health
April 13 – How To Meadowscape for Carbon Sequestration
April 15 – Keynote: Indigenous Traditional Ecological and Cultural Knowledge Practices
April 20 – Economics of Soil Health
April 22 – Soil Microbes: The Unseen World Beneath Our Feet
April 27 – Biochar: An Ancient Amendment and Its Modern Day Applications
April 29 – Dirt Simple: Carbon Farming at Home
About Soil School
In non-pandemic times, Soil School is typically a day-long workshop that includes multiple sessions on a wide variety of topics – all having to do with soil. We are pleased to offer the workshop as a free webinar series this year, where all participants are able to attend any and all of the sessions.
We hope to return to a regular one-day event next year so students have the option to participate in hands-on learning in the Washington County Master Gardener Association Education Garden. Soil School is tailored toward gardeners, landscape professionals, and farmers in the community, and is designed to educate and provide networking opportunities for attendees.
Soil School is presented by West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District and Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District. For more information, contact Renee Magyar, WMSWCD Communications & Outreach Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 238-4775 x101.