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Talkin' Soil Health 2022

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Building Resilience From The Subsoil Up

Join us, in the historic Wheatbelt town of York, to hear from an exciting group of renowned guest speakers and local farmers as they shine a spotlight on the latest agriculture practices that improve soil health.

The event is one of the largest and most reputable soil health conferences in Australia and is hosted by Wheatbelt Natural Resource Management. The biennial event is usually held in March however due to COVID-19 restrictions we are pleased to announce a new date in August this year.  The event brings together farmers, researchers and industry professionals for a day of presentations. 

A key highlight of this event is the conference dinner on Thursday evening which includes the announcement of the 2022 regional Soil Health Champions. This year we are holding a cocktail dinner at the historic Old York Mill, in the Saw Tooth shed, and would love to see you there! Tickets are available separately from the conference and include welcome drinks and dinner. Jazz trio The Stromatolites will be playing through out the night.

The 2022 event will be held with the theme of “Building Resilience From The Subsoil Up”. This theme is supported by the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR), which is the major supporter of this year’s event. The Soil Health Champion program is supported by the State NRM program.

More information on Talkin’ Soil Health 2022 can be found here

This project is supported by FRRR, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund & National Landcare Program.

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A full refund is available if the ticket holder can not attend due to being in the 7 day Covid isolation period.