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Carbon Farming in Texas
This free seminar will focus on shifting farm policy and conservation practices to improve productivity while reducing the negative impacts to the environment.

Topics of discussion will include:

Key Indicators Directing Farm Policy Change
Dr. Joe Outlaw, Professor AgriLife Extension Economist and Co-Director Ag and Food Policy Center, College Station

Overview of Carbon Cycling and Budgeting
Dr. Katie Lewis, Assistant Professor Soil Chemistry and Fertility, AgriLife Research and Texas Tech University, Lubbock

Lessons from Long-term Tillage and Cover Crop Studies in the Coastal Bend
Dr. Jamie Foster, Professor AgriLife Research Forages, Corpus Christi

Modifying Equipment for Success and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Dr. Ronnie Schnell, Associate Professor and AgriLife Extension Agronomist, College Station

Dealing with Limited Water and Abundant Weeds
Dr. Josh McGinty, Associate Professor and AgriLife Extension Agronomist, Corpus Christi

Fuel Price Squeeze and Production Cost Opportunities
Dr. Steven Klose, Professor and AgriLife Extension Economist, College Station

Positive Landowner Relationships and Farming with Conservation Practices
Mr. Jim Massey IV, Farmer, Nueces County and Mr. Jon Whatley, Farmer, San Patricio County

Natural Resource Conservation Service Program Implementation
Mr. Ray Hinojosa, Agronomist, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Corpus Christi

Current Carbon Economy Opportunities for Agriculture
Shelby Swain Myers, Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation, Washington D.C.

May 11, 2021 08:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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