Soil Microbes, Climate Change & Your Bottom Line

Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 10:30 am to 11:30 am

Garden fork in soil

Workshop Description

The role of soil health microbiology is extremely important in all growing mediums. We will discuss the role they play in the soil, with climate change and how that is related to on farm success.

We can discuss the role that composting can play on your farm and how to reduce waste / turn back into compost. Application and best practices when using soil/plant microbes on the farm.

Topics covered will include:

  • Soil Health Microbiology
  • How Soil Microbes mitigate climate change
  • How Soil Microbes make farms more profitable
  • ‘Waste’ to Resource – how to reduce waste and turn back into viable compost
  • How to apply soil health microbes back on your farm
  • Biological Products – the difference between bio-stimulants & biologicals

Speaker: Dale Overton

Dale Overton is the founder and CEO of Overton Environmental Enterprises.

Dale has devoted his life to understanding how soil ecosystems work and designs products and services based in this knowledge.

Dale has over 20 years of ecological and agronomic experience and has a passion for teaching.

Dale Overton