Overholt Drainage School to Start Monday in London

The Overholt Drainage School will be March 13-17. The school will be held at the Beck’s London Facility, London, Ohio.

The school is designed to provide continuing education for land improvement contractors, soil and water conservation technicians, farmers, engineers, consultants and others in soil and water conservation systems; especially in water management and quality. Instructors of the 5-day school include land-grant university faculty and staff, engineers and technicians with Natural Resources Conservation Service, Ohio Department of Agriculture-Soil and Water Conservation, USDA Agricultural Research Service, and Ohio Land Improvement Contractors and Associates.

The school is divided into three sessions. Cost of attending is $650 for all three sessions (March 13-17), $475 for session 1 (March 13-15), $350 for session 2 (March 15-16), or $150 for session 3 (March 17). For information and to register, click here http://agnr.osu.edu/events/overholt-drainage-school.

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