Thursday, June 9th 8:30am-3:00pm
Edaleen Dairy & Honcoop Farms
Online Registration is Closed
Please contact Brooke Saari for last minute registration information 509-663-8181 ext. 265
We invite you to participate in our upcoming field day focusing on anaerobic digestion and nutrient recovery. Come to hear from WSU researchers and their commercial partners about anaerobic digestion and nutrient recovery, and the lessons they’ve learned over the past three years.
Topics will include: fine solids recovery; advanced nutrient recovery approaches; nutrient recovery products and their agronomic use; water quality and food safety issues; economics; and the potential for integration of biochar with AD systems.
The event is FREE but registration is required to ensure ample lunch and bus transportation.
Online registration is closed; please contact Brooke Saari for registration 509-663-8181 ext. 265
Who Should Attend?
The AD Systems Field Day targets producers, private industry, agricultural support professionals, individuals who work with the relevant government agencies, and the interested public. For a more in-depth look at some of the research results, watch the 2016 AD Systems webinar series.
- Downloadable agenda
- Downloadable flyer
- Bus transportation and lunch will be provided
- Meet at the parking lot of the Mt. Baker Rotary Building at the NW WA Fair & Event Center located at 1775 Front St. Lynden, WA 98264.
*Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation should contact Brooke Saari at email@example.com or 509-663-8181 ext. 265 at least two weeks prior to the event (May 26th).
Funding for this field day event is provided by: USDA NIFA Award No. 2012-6800219814, WERF-EPA Award No. 83556701, NRCS CIG Award No. 693A7516020, and Biomass research funds from the WSU Agricultural Research Center
Photo courtesy of Andgar Corporation
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