Acres U.S.A. News & Announcements

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Eco-Ag Conference Day 3 Highlights

December 03, 2020

On the third day of the 45th annual Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference, John Kempf took aim at one of the foundational tools of modern agriculture — the soil test.

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Join the Eco-Ag Trade Show Scavenger Hunt!

December 03, 2020
Enter for the chance to win amazing prizes and explore our virtual trade show by joining the first-ever Eco-Ag scavenger hunt! 
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Talk to Dr. Nasha Winters and Marty Travis!

December 03, 2020
Today we are featuring Dr. Nasha Winters and Marty Travis! Both talks will take place at 5:15 p.m. ET today – Dec. 3. Get the links to join here.
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Eco-Ag Conference Day 2 Highlights

December 02, 2020
Gabe Brown, the author of Dirt to Soil: One Family’s Journey into Regenerative Agriculture, has been a tireless advocate for a farming philosophy that puts soil health at the center of its mission. And that is why Acres U.S.A. on Wednesday named Brown as the 2020 recipient of the Eco-Ag Achievement Award.
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Meet Farmers at Regional Breakout Sessions

December 02, 2020
 Meet and talk with farmers from your region of the United States – or abroad! Sessions start today, Dec. 2, at 5:15 p.m. Eastern Time.
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Learn more with our Featured Trade Show Presentations!

December 02, 2020
During our Eco-Ag Conference, you'll have opportunities to visit the free trade show and visit with our vendors. Each day, we're featuring some fascinating presentations from some of these vendors!
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Join our free virtual Eco-Ag Tradeshow!

December 02, 2020
The Eco-Ag Trade Show is for anyone looking to learn more about the latest strategies and tools for farming ecologically. 
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Book of the Week: For the Love of Soil

December 01, 2020
Nicole Masters discusses one of the ranches she works with and what makes it so special in this excerpt.
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Eco-Ag Conference Day 1 Highlights

December 01, 2020
The 45th annual Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference jumped right into the weeds on Tuesday with a graduate-level seminar from Dr. Don Huber on balancing soil minerals as a means of preventing disease and pest pressure.