The second National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health was held December 7-8, 2017 in Indianapolis. Hosted by the Soil and Water Conservation Society, this meeting served as an opportunity to learn recent developments in how cover crops are being used by innovative farmers across the country and gain important insights on improving soil health from producers, conservation leaders, and scientists.
The following session recordings are available:
- General Sessions
- Basics of Cover Cropping
- Advanced Cover Cropping Insights from Farmer Experts
- Digging into Soil Health
- Cover Crop Role in the Cropping System
- Economic and Environmental Aspects of Cover Crops
- Special Topics with Cover Crops and Soil Health
Attendees included farmers; conservation agents; certified crop advisers (CCAs) and agribusiness staff; university, nongovernmental organization (NGO), and agency representatives; and anyone interested in the practical use of cover crops and soil health improvement.