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Planning for Soil Health Series

February 9 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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Are you motivated to build engaged teams on working lands that successfully implement management activities aligned with healthy soil principles?

Do you want to increase resilience in ranching and farming by working together to build healthy soil? In this webinar series we will introduce Quivira’s Soil Health Planning Program and provide instruction and coaching of some key skills to being an effective Planner. When you register, you will receive an advanced PDF copy of the new technical guide Planning for Soil Health: Instructional Workbook to Become an Agrarian Planner to provide expanded detail of all topics.

The webinar is intended for ranch, farm, and land managers, Planners and Technical Service Providers and those interested in becoming Soil Health Planners for themselves or in their communities.

Webinar Details: This is a multi-part virtual “brown bag” series – you may attend one or all of the webinars! Sessions include skills building, interviews with ranchers/farmers who have gone through the planning process and coaching/listening focused on a particular component/skill set for planning. Parts of the webinars will be recorded but the coaching/listening sessions will not be recorded. Taught by the Carbon Ranch Initiative’s Dr. Eva Stricker and Katherine Ottmers.

#1 January 26 – Overview of Soil Health Planning process and Site Assessments – Creating a trust building experience

  • Practice active listening and identify one improvement to make. Identify two sentences that you want in your working agreements.

#2 February 2 – Baseline Soil Share – Listening to what the soil has to say

  • Review shared learning strategies and identify one peer-to-peer facilitation technique to incorporate into your work.

#3 February 9 – Pathfinder’s Day – Syncing up the team, and co-creating Soil Health Goals and evaluation.

  • Review a proven workflow that results in team created soil health goals that are implementable. Interpret soil monitoring results and determine how this informs next steps.

#4 February 16- Matching support networks and resources to Soil Health Goals

  • Create a resource list to support soil health strategies. Brainstorm an appropriate celebration when the planning process is complete.

Details

Date:
February 9
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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