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October - Education and Advocacy
October 1st @ 9:00 AM CST - Global Soy Education Initiatives: A Focus on the Soy Excellence Center Model
With a mission to improve the health and nutrition of local communities in budding markets by building capacity and market potential of businesses in the food and agriculture supply chain, the Soy Excellence Centers is facilitating growth and use opportunities for soy in Egypt, Mexico, Nigeria and Thailand.
In this week’s CoffeeTalk, we’re sitting down with Carlos Campabadal Teran, Outreach Specialist in Feed Manufacturing and Grain Storage at the International Grains Program (IGP), Kansas State University to learn how the Soy Excellence Centers in these regions are meeting their goals in the facilitation of soy promotion.
Join us Friday morning at 9 a.m. CDT to learn about this multi-university collaboration and the opportunities these education and outreach efforts are providing.
October 8th @ 9:00 AM CST - Leadership, Education and Engagement from the Voice of Agriculture
With most Americans 3 to 4 generations removed from agriculture, telling the story of food production from America’s farms and ranches has never been more important.
On this week’s CoffeeTalk, we’re joined by American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) Vice President of Leadership, Education and Engagement to learn how the AFBF is facilitating storytelling and engagement to connect our farms and ranches with consumers.
Farmer, rancher or consumer, this is a conversation we all need to be part of! Join us Friday, October 8, for a conversation on telling agriculture’s story.
October 15th @ 9:00 AM CST - Soil Health Metrics for a Better Tomorrow: A Conversation with Soil Health Institute Chief Scientific Officer, Cristine Morgan
The Soil Health Institute (SHI) was established to serve as an umbrella for all individuals and organizations who desire to improve soil health by working together for the common good. With a core commitment to the current and future generations of agriculture, the education and collaboration facilitated by the SHI is working to promote and ensure clean water, climate stability and a plentiful supply of nutritious food.
Join SHI Chief Scientific Officer, Cristine Morgan, for a CoffeeTalk conversation on the strategies SHI is using to assess soil health for farmers and ranchers across the U.S. We’ll be talking baselines, targets, scalability and results.
It all happens Friday at 9 a.m. Bring your coffee and your questions!