Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference
CTC plans to be in-person, March 8-9, 2022, at Ohio Northern University. Connect with other great farmers and CCA’s, experience new ideas, and increase your net income.
Registration is a flat rate of $100 (after Feb. 25, registration is $150). This registration includes exclusive access to all presentations online after about March 21. These will be available until April 22. For Crop Consultants, the QR code will be active for that month. (Crop Consultants must register individually to receive CCA credits.)
REGISTER at this link: https://www.allenswcd.com/cttc/ Complete the information and click “Submit” at the bottom. (On that page, if you don’t have PayPal, click on the “Pay with Debit or Credit Card.”)
The Midwest Cover Crops Council (MCCC) will hold their annual meeting in conjunction with CTC on Monday (March 7) at The Inn at ONU (Meeting Rooms 1-2 and 3-4). Registration is $50 ($25 for farmers and students) before Feb 25. MCCC members will give state reports and there will be time for networking. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included, and CEUs will be offered. Meeting details are available here: https://mccc.msu.edu/about/meetings/. Register at the same link as for CTC.
Rooms at the Inn at ONU are $135 plus tax ($20 extra for each guest beyond 2). Click on “Motel Rooms” at the right for other motels. Prices listed may not be up to date because there are no special rates for CTC this year. (There are several motels at the Lima I-75 Exit, Route 309.)
The General Session starts at 8:30, March 8. Steve Groff, author of the new book, The Future-Proof Farm, will be the opening speaker. Two Master Farmer Awards and CCA of the Year will be announced.
All 4 concurrent sessions will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end about 5:30 p.m.
On Wednesday all 4 sessions will begin at 8:30, and end about 4:30.
As noted above, your registration includes exclusive access to all presentations for a month, starting about March 21.
Mask requirement: Currently ONU requires that everyone wear a mask while inside a building. If this is relaxed before early March, we’ll post any changes.