Whole-Farm Water Management


Join us for a discussion with Dr. Joshua Faulkner focused on water management throughout your whole farm system. How does topography and soils affect management decisions? How do we utilize natural and manmade features in our farm landscape to effectively manage through times of too much and too little water? After a 30 minute presentation, Joshua will facilitate a farmer-to-farmer discussion on these topics.  Come to listen, share your own experiences, ask questions, troubleshoot, and be inspired about new systems that may make your own farm more climate resilient! 

Dr. Joshua Faulkner coordinates the Farming and Climate Change Program in the UVM Extension Center for Sustainable Agriculture. His research and farmer support focuses on soil, water and nutrient-related issues, as well as climate change adaptation.

The Climate Farmer Forums are brought to you by NOFA-VT and MOFGA. This event is one in a three-part series discussing water in agriculture. At the registration link you can choose to attend whichever sessions you wish. Our first session is focused on vegetable producers, our second session is focused on livestock producers, and our third session is focused on whole-farm water management across production types.

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Aaron Guman
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