CTIC marked its 30th anniversary by demonstrating our mission – bringing nearly 200 ag conservation leaders together and convening panel discussions on the past, present and future of conservation agriculture.
December 2012 //
Vol. 30 // No. 2
All of us at CTIC thank our Medal Members, the companies, institutions and individuals whose generosity helps us achieve our mission of championing and promoting conservation agriculture.
Nearly 250 CTIC members and friends got an up-close look at erosion control, nutrient management, habitat enhancement and herbicide-resistant weed management in the Mississippi Delta.
Enthusiastic farmers in the Great Lakes region planted more than 27,500 acres of cover crops as part of the Great Lakes Cover Crop Initiative, leaving the project’s three-year, 15,000-acre goal far behind.
More than 150 people toured conservation projects in the Indian Creek watershed in Livingston County, Ill., last July, exploring an array of conservation projects in the busy drainage.
The Watershed Implementation and Innovation Network (WIIN) is a new, vibrant online community and learning network for watershed project managers throughout the Mississippi River Basin.
Now is the time to join CTIC or renew your membership. If you’re renewing, please consider stepping up to the next level of membership. You’ll receive extra member benefits, and you’ll help advance CTIC’s mission.
The excitement of 2012, our 30th anniversary year, is still ringing in our ears as we prepare for still more great opportunities in 2013.