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Could Wood Plastic Composites Motivate More Investments in Climate-Friendly Anaerobic Digestion?

Posted by Karen Hills | February 13, 2019
Picture this future scenario: it’s a hot summer day and you are sitting with some friends on their deck enjoying a cold beverage. You notice…

My Tilth Conference up close

Posted by Cody Holland | February 7, 2019
First, I would like to thank CSANR for generously funding my, and my classmates’, attendance at TILTH Conference 2018. Especially for undergraduates like myself, conferences…

A multifaceted approach to tilth and the environment

Posted by Matthew Tumlinson | February 4, 2019
My name is Matthew Tumlinson, and I’m a junior undergraduate transfer student in my first semester at WSU. I’m working on my B.S. in Field…

Tilth Alliance – Where do we go from here?

Posted by ames.fowler | January 28, 2019
Entering the Tilth Alliance conference, I was eager to put a finger on the pulse of sustainable agriculture in Washington State. I attended a wide…

Conversations at Tilth

Posted by Jill Farrant | January 24, 2019
When I saw the class itinerary for this year’s Tilth Conference, I knew I had to find a way to attend. As a student and…

Organic farming changed my opinion about agriculture

Posted by Hatem Younes | January 22, 2019
Over the three days of the Spokane Tilth Conference, it was a truly wonderful experience to get a closer look at the organic farming that…

Women in Agriculture

Posted by Aysegul Eroglu | January 17, 2019
First of all, I was happy to join the Tilth Conference and learn on a number of different topics.  One workshop of particular interest to…

2018 Cover Crop Monoculture vs Mixture Update

Posted by Andrew McGuire | December 18, 2018
Since my 2016 post, “Cover crop best bet is monoculture, not mix,” I have continued to follow the research on cover crop mixtures looking for…

Northwest Rangelands – Where Do our Climate Vulnerabilities Lie?

Posted by Georgine Yorgey | November 8, 2018
What will climate change look like on Pacific Northwest rangelands, which cover a huge area of our region? It will undoubtedly have complex impacts on…

Big Biomass and More Often; A Green Manure Frequency Hypothesis

Posted by Andrew McGuire | October 25, 2018
In a previous post, I argued that green manures require big biomass to achieve benefits that outweigh the damage done by tilling the crop into…
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