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Crop adviser credits approved for High Plains No-Till Conference

KIT CARSON, Colo. – Jan. 2, 2024. The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association will offer certified crop adviser credits for 30 different sessions at the High Plains No-Till Conference on Feb. 6-7 at the Burlington Community and Education Center in Burlington, Colorado.

The crop adviser credits approved for the event include nine in Nutrient Management, four in Soil and Water Management, nine in Crop Management, seven in Professional Development, and one in Sustainability.

“This event is a great opportunity to have access to a variety of educational sessions,” said Joni Mitchek, coordinator for the CCTA. “The 2024 conference will not only include topics related to no-till, soil health, and regenerative ag, but it will also provide information on tax and estate planning, market strategies, weather, and business management.”

Nicole Masters, Jerry Hatfield, and Don Day Jr. will serve as keynotes for the two-day event, with breakout sessions also offered to feature producers and ag industry professionals in the High Plains region.

Additional highlights for the conference include an ag-specific trade show, outdoor equipment display, and Beer & Bull Social. Conference information and registration is available online at www.HighPlainsNoTill.com.

Attendee fees are $140 before Jan. 15 and $200 for late registrations and walk-ins. Each registration includes lunches, snacks, and access to all sessions and the trade show for both days.

Questions regarding the conference may be directed to Joni Mitchek at (719) 892-0379 or coordinator@highplainsnotill.com.

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