TWO DAYS: December 14 & 15, 2022 // Noon to 3 PM Eastern
US Biochar Initiative proudly presents:
How to get USDA funding for biochar with the NRCS Soil Carbon Amendment Practice.
This free two day webinar series is hosted by the US Biochar Initiative and features Brandon Smith of Allied Soil Health Services, LLC (formerly with NRCS & led the development of the practice) and John Webster of the US Biochar Initiative.
During this event, December 14th & 15th, we will take a deep dive into understanding the NRCS funding process and how the newly developed Soil Carbon Amendment Conservation Practice Standard (Code 336 or 808) can be used to improve soil health and build soil carbon through the application of biochar and compost.
* Dec 14th – Day 1 – Programs and Implementation through NRCS
You will learn how to navigate the NRCS financial assistance program to benefit your soil health goals.
* Dec 15th – Day 2 – Technical Overview and Application Methodologies
We will outline practical information to consider when sourcing, inoculating, and applying biochar. Methods to monitor soil nutrient interactions will also be discussed.
This webinar series is intended for:
– Ranchers, Farmers, Land Owners, and Growers
– Certified Crop Advisors (CEU’s Pending)
– Nutrient Management Specialists
– Agronomists and Ag Retailers
– Extension Educators
– Soil and Water Conservation Districts
– Biochar Producers and Distributors (Learn how to educate your clients.)
Mark your calendar for December 14 & 15, 2022
Noon to 3 PM – Eastern // 9 AM to Noon – Pacific
Zoom event. Same Zoom link will work for entry both days. Please watch twitter.com/usbiochar for updates.
Please register using your company email address.
Cost = $ FREE
Suggested donations: https://biochar-us.org/donate-usbi
Individual = $20 day
Organization / Business = $100 day
USBI is a non-profit 501c3 dedicated to the advancement of the biochar industry in the Americas. Make your tax deductible donation today.
Interested in sponsoring this program? Contact email@example.com
Partial funding for this event was made possible by a grant from the US Forest Service.