Upcoming EventsThis site is a compilation of outreach events related to agricultural management practices in the Central Valley. To add an outreach event to this site, please contact email@example.com.
The Fertilizer Institute's Annual Meeting, which is held in February each year, brings together members from each sector of the fertilizer industry for two days of networking and conducting business leading up to the spring planting season.Find out more »
For Coalition Members with parcel(s) within a High Vulnerability Area who are not yet self-certifiedOne option to certify your Irrigation & Nitrogen Management Plan (INMP) is to become self-certified by attending this Training. Attendance is open to all Members in the Coalition.Find out more »
Please join us for a workshop on nitrogen reporting and other requirements for the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program (ILRP), focused on small-scale mixed vegetable farms with Asian specialty vegetables. UC Cooperative Extension will assist farmers with translation in Hmong and Lao. RSVP by Feb. 17 / RSVP ua ntej lub 2 Hlisntuj 17th at 559-241-7515Find out more »
This three-day course is a series of training and educational opportunities for staff, field operators, engineers, and board members of agricultural irrigation/water districts. The classes held in San Luis Obispo utilize the excellent indoor and outdoor facilities at ITRC. Annual flow measurement and canal operations training is also offered for operators in the Chico area in cooperation with CSU Chico. *Fee: $90/person for all U.S. irrigation districtsFind out more »
Local food, innovation, community roots and healthy soils--just a few of the things you'll find growing on small farms all across California. Workshops include a soil health demo and nitrogen management.Find out more »
San Joaquin County and Delta Water Quality Coalition will be holding their next CE classes on the following dates: January 22, 2020 focused on trees and vines Januray 28, 2020 focused on row crops February 11, 2020 focused on trees and vines February 27, 2020 focused on trees and vinesFind out more »
After six years of providing in-person Nitrogen Management Certification training, stakeholders have been in discussions to find an avenue to help new CCAs qualify to sign off on the Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Plans (INMP). Limitations on the number of training opportunities and attendees has led the group to approach online learning and testing options to issue Nitrogen Management Certification after the March 2020 training. The March 2020 Nitrogen Management Certification in Fresno will be the final training available before…Find out more »