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Tue, Jul 16


Dawn and Grant Breitkreutz Farm

Premier Soil Health School

Join us for the Premier Soil Health School 2024, hosted by Grant and Dawn Breitkreutz at their innovative farm in Redwood Falls, MN! Featuring Russell Hedrick, David Klienschmidt, Liz Haney and Hugh Aljoe.

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Premier Soil Health School
Premier Soil Health School

Time & Location

Jul 16, 2024, 8:00 AM – Jul 17, 2024, 3:30 PM

Dawn and Grant Breitkreutz Farm, 38270 Kenwood Ave, Redwood Falls, MN 56283, USA

About the Event

Join us for the Premier Soil Health School 2024, hosted by Grant and Dawn Breitkreutz at their innovative farm in Redwood Falls, MN!

Grant and Dawn are pioneers in regenerative agriculture, transforming their family's conventional corn and soybean operation into a diverse, sustainable farm ecosystem. Their journey began in 2000 when they took over the farm from Grant's parents. Today, Stoney Creek Farm is a model of regenerative practices, integrating cash crops, cover crops, and rotational grazing of cattle to build soil health and biodiversity.

The Breitkreutz's commitment to soil health extends far beyond their farm:

• Grant serves on the Board of the Minnesota Soil Health Coalition

• Dawn is a board member of the Redwood County Corn and Soybean Growers Association

Their innovative approach has earned them numerous accolades:

• 2020 Outstanding Conservationists of the Year for Redwood County

• 2019 Minnesota Ag Water Quality Certified Farm

• Featured speakers at national soil health conferences

This hands-on, in-depth learning experience will teach you how to build your soil's health, covering:

- Corn and soybean management

- Small grains integration

- Soil testing techniques

- Grazing strategies

- Equipment adaptations for soil health

The school takes place on July 16-17 at the Breitkreutz's 1,800-acre farm, where you'll see firsthand how they've implemented these practices to improve soil structure, increase water retention, and boost crop resilience.

Featured speakers include:

- Liz Haney, renowned soil scientist

- Russell Hedrick, regenerative farmer

- Hugh Aljoe, Director of Ranches, Outreach and Partnerships

- David Kleinschmidt, Agronomist

Learn from the Breitkreutz's experiences:

- How they transitioned to no-till and cover cropping

- Their innovative approach to integrating livestock with crop production

- The economic benefits they've seen from improved soil health

MSHC members can register for $200, non-members for $300. Bring a friend for just $100 more!

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from these award-winning farmers and industry experts. The knowledge you gain could transform your farm's productivity and sustainability.

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