January 26, 2017


Bicentennial Center, Salina, KS

Building Resistance, Resiliency and Recovery into Your Agriculture Operation

Sponsored by Green Cover Seed

Join us for the popular Agriculture's Innovative Minds (AIM) Symposium on Thursday, Jan. 26, for an advanced look at a no-till topic featuring expert insights and a producer panel. Our 2017 theme is "Building Resistance, Resiliency and Recovery into Your Agriculture Operation." 

Farms and ranches experience continual changes in weather patterns, disease pressure, pest invasion and market fluctuations. Managing for these changing conditions is a challenge for any producer. Building integrity into a well-functioning system will give the soils and the producer the tools to better withstand the changing conditions. Our speakers will share their knowledge, experiences and management techniques to build resistance, resiliency and recovery into a healthy production system. 


Online registration has ended. Walk-in rates now apply. View pricing.


Networking Reception

Join us the evening before the AIM Symposium for a networking reception for AIM attendees sponsored by Great Plains Manufacturing, Inc. The reception is included in with your paid AIM registration.


For registration questions, please contact Rhonda McCurry at mccurry@notill.org or (785) 307-0435.

AIM Symposium Speakers

AIM Symposium Sponsor

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