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September 2020

Webinar: The Past, Present & Future of the Organic Movement, featuring 2020 OPA Winners

September 21 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm EDT

Donate any amount during Organic Pioneer Month, and gain access to a live panel discussion with our 2020 Organic Pioneer Award Winners!

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October 2020

Webinar: Manure and Pasture Management to Reduce Swine Parasites in Organic Pastured Pork

October 8 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm EDT

This webinar will provide research updates from a grant-funded project that focuses manure and pasture management strategies to reduce swine parasites in organic pastured pork production.

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November 2020

Webinar: Vegetable Nutrient Quality and Soil Health in the Vegetable Systems Trial, 4th Season Updates

November 5 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm EST

Join Dr. Gladis Zinati, Director of Rodale Institute’s Vegetable Systems Trial (VST), to learn about the recent research findings related to the impact of management practices on vegetable nutrient quality and soil health.

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Webinar: Impact of Management Practices on Colored-Potato Crop Nutrient Quality and Soil Health

November 12 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm EST

In this webinar, Dr. Gladis Zinati will compare and discuss the differences in nutrient quality of colored-flesh potato varieties.

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December 2020

Webinar: Midwest Organic Center Virtual Open House

December 8 @ 1:00 pm2:00 pm CST

Join us virtually for a year-in-review of our Midwest Organic Center, featuring presentations by Extension Scientist Dr. Kristine Lang and Research Director Dr. Carl Rosier.

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