Soil Health Workshop 2017

NOVEMBER 15th, 2017


A Workshop Hosted by the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve

Presenters—Display Tables—Networking
Don’t miss out! Register now! Spaces are limited.
Healthy soils offer amazing benefits at a global scale like cleaning air, water and supporting wildlife and the environment.
Healthy soil is also key to your farming success and your bottom line.
Join us at the Parkland Recreation Complex (Lion’s Den) at 10 AM on Wednesday, November 15, 2017.

For more information please contact– Valerie Pankratz— 


Presentations Include: 

Why Soil Health?  – Jim Irwin  RMBR Chair

Key outcomes and messages from the Summit on Canadian Soil Health, August 2017 – Jim Tokarchuk, Soil Conservation Council of Canada

“Soil Degradation:  The Cost to Agriculture and the Economy” – Dr. David Lobb, Professor of  Landscape Ecology, University of Manitoba

“Crop Production and Soil Health – Manitoba Solutions” – Marla Riekman, Soils Specialist, Manitoba Agriculture

“Principles of Regenerative Agriculture” – Michael Thiele, Biological Farm Planning Consultant

Soil Health and You Bottom Line Workshop Poster

Full Agenda Please Click Here

Workshop Registration for Participants Form  Please Click Here

Workshop Registration for Supporters and Exhibitors Please Click Here

Workshop Registration for Media Form Please Click Here

3 Responses to “Soil Health Workshop 2017”

  1. Ernie & Jeanette Genik says:

    We are interested in attending and learning more.

  2. RMBR says:

    Hi Ernie & Jeanette,

    Thanks so much for your interest in attending the “Soil Health and Your Bottom Line” workshop in Dauphin November 15, 2017. The registration form can be found at . The form is fillable and you can simply fill in the details and email it back to me to confirm your registration. You can make your cheque out to “Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve” and mail it to:

    Riding Mountain UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve
    Box 232
    Onanole, MB
    R0J 1N0

    If you would like to pay by Master Card or Visa you can contact me at 1-204-848-0556.

    For more information about the workshop agenda please visit .

    Thanks again and I look forward to hearing from you.


    Valerie Pankratz, Executive Director
    Riding Mountain UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve
    Box 232
    Onanole, Manitoba
    R0J 1N0
    Phone: (204) 848-0556; Email:

    “Working Together for the Prosperity and Posterity of Our Communities”

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