Tuesday, November 23, 2010

eOrganic Webinar Series Schedule - eXtension

Some of you may be interested in this series of organic webinars.

In Winter 2011, eOrganic is featuring two series of webinars on climate change and cover crops, as well as more webinars on organic dairy farming and food systems. Please check back often, as we will be adding many new webinars! To register for a webinar, click on the links below. To watch past webinars, please see our Archived Webinars page. To receive updates on upcoming webinars, subscribe to our newsletter here. Attending a Webinar requires downloading software, please make sure that you have the ability to install software on the computer you are using to attend the Webinar.

Organic Farming and
Policy Webinars

Topic Presenter Date and Time

Impact of Grain Farming Methods on Climate Change by Michel Cavigelli, USDA, Beltsville MD 11/12/10, 2PM Eastern Time - archived

Greenhouse Gases and Agriculture: Where does Organic Farming fit? by David Granatstein, Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, Dave Huggins 11/15/10, 2PM Eastern Time  - archived

Transitioning Organic Dairy Cows off and on Pasture by Rick Kersbergen, University of Maine 11/23/10 - archived

Using cover crops to suppress weeds in Northeast US farming systems by William Curran, Matthew Ryan, Penn State 12/2/10, 2PM Eastern Time

Using Winter Killed Cover Crops to Facilitate Organic No-till Planting of Early Spring Vegetables by Mike Snow, Farm Manager, Accokeek Ecosystem Farm; Charlie White, Sustainable Agriculture Extension Associate, Penn State Cooperative Extension 12/7/10

Assessing Nitrogen Contribution and Rhizobia Diversity Associated with Winter Legume Cover Crops in Organic Systems by Julie Grossman, NC State 12/14/10

North Carolina's Statewide initiative for Building a Local Food Economy by Nancy Creamer, Teisha Wymore 1/12/11

This is an eOrganic article and was reviewed for compliance with National Organic Program regulations by members of the eOrganic community. Always check with your organic certification agency before adopting new practices or using new materials. For more information, refer to eOrganic's articles on organic certification.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the shout out Debi! I'm one of the coordinators for eOrganic. When your group is ready for their own webinar let me know! http://eorganic.info