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SOIL REGEN is proud to bring you this excellent event!  Thank you to all of our gracious sponsors.

Blackland scientists are developing new technologies and management strategies to improve water, soil, and other natural resources on agricultural, urban, and military lands in central Texas and around the world. The EPIC (Environmental Policy Integrated Climate), APEX (Agricultural Policy Environment Extender), SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool), and PHYGROW (Phytomass Growth Model) models are deployed world-wide as people seek to: increase agriculture production and water supply; improve the environment and the economic well-being of people; and increase the sustainability of land.


Regen Ag Lab excels at providing all your soil testing needs.  Owned by Lance Gunderson, the lab is your trusted source for carbon and soil health testing.


Sterling Pacific formulates, manufactures, and markets environmentally conscious fertilizing products made from NOP approved ingredients and processes. Designed to meet the changing trends of Agriculture and Turf industries, all products are biology based with a focus on stimulating soil and root vigor. A plant relates to its nutritional environment through delicate microbial relationships. Our products are based on the idea of forming a well-balanced ecosystem that promotes those microbial relationships and unlocks soil nutrient potentials to decrease the fertilizing regimen expense for our clients and significantly reduce potentially harmful run-off.


Brookside Laboratories Inc. and its association of independent consultants stands at the leading edge of technology for high-quality, cost effective and accurate analytical and consulting services to agricultural, environmental, and sports turf clients through out the world. With its modest beginnings on E.R. Kuck's small dairy farm located outside of New Knoxville, Ohio and through the association with Dr. William Albrecht, a world renowned soil scientist and Chairman of the Department of Soils at the University of Missouri, Brookside has evolved into an association of over 200 professional independent consultants providing agriculture, turf and environmental consulting services to clients worldwide, and in addition participates in a variety of university and government research projects.

By farmers, for farmers.
Green Cover Seed is a family-owned business with a history that runs deep in Nebraska’s soil. Brothers, Keith and Brian Berns utilized their farming experience and a plot of land owned by their father to begin experimenting with new farming practices. Keith and Brian have grown their business into a 2000+ acre farm in South Central Nebraska that has used 100% no-till methods for over 12 years.
The Berns brothers started Green Cover Seed as a way to share the benefits of cover crops and no-till farming with the community. They’ve worked hard over the past several years to research and incorporate their methods in their own fields and help others do the same. What they’ve found are exciting and efficient methods that can offer an increase in soil structure, organic matter, biological life, water infiltration rate, nutrient cycling, and wildlife.


Prairie Seeds started selling Cover Crops in 2014 when Nick realized that there was a huge vacuum for Cover crops that were suitable for the dry arid Western Plains. Today, Prairie Seeds, home of the Dustbowl Mix, provides a hands on approach service to educate, supply high quality cover seed, and consult on regenerative farming principles and how to get carbon back into your soil. Prairie Seeds work with farmers and ranchers to help establish and implement rotational grazing, pasture and relay cropping and inter-seeding to help build a sustainable and more profitable business, all while trying to reduce their chemical and fertilizer input costs.