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Connecting Landowners to Public Soil Health Technical and Financial Resources: Ohio

This webinar is part of American Farmland Trust’s Soil Health Stewards Virtual Training held for entities in Maryland, Ohio, and Pennsylvania on September 8, 9, & 10, 2021. The purpose of this session is to strengthen participant connections with the network of resource providers in the state; deepen understanding of available technical and financial resources available to landowners and producers to improve soil health and how to access those resources; identify strategies with key resource providers to address barriers and expand adoption of soil health practices on permanently protected farmland.

Presenters include:

  • Amalie Lipstreu, Policy Director, Ohio Ecologic Food and Farm Association
  • Kip Studer, WLEB Nutrient Management Specialist, OH Department of Agriculture
  • Barb Baker, Assistant State Conservationist – Natural Resources, OH NRCS
  • Carrie Cusick, Acting Assistant State Conservationist – Programs, OH NRCS
  • Eric Schwab, Acting State Resource Conservationist, OH NRCS
  • Jeff Giesige, District Technician, Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Steve Baker, State Soil Scientist, OH NRCS


Author / Presenter
Amalie Lipstreu, Kip Studer, Barb Baker, Carrie Cusick, Eric Schawb, Jeff Giesige, Steve Baker
Date published
September 08, 2021
Publisher / Host
Northampton, MA: American Farmland Trust
Media Type
National, Ohio

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