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Tilth Alliance – Where do we go from here?

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

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

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

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…

An internal conflict on organic seeds resolved

It was my second time attending the Tilth conference. The diversity of talks and panels at the Tilth conference last year help me broaden my…

The connective power of agriculture on society

My name is Derya Eroglu Karaca, and I have been a graduate student in the Crop and Soil Science Department at Washington State University for…

Bridging the gap between farm and table for sustainable agriculture

“I’m a doctoral student at WSU in the School of Economic Sciences.” The audience looked puzzled whenever I introduced myself with this sentence at the…

Shared Data is a Key Part of Integrated Floodplain Management in the Puyallup Watershed

In the Puget Sound Region, it’s clear that climate change impacts will involve changes in precipitation that will impact agriculture, especially agriculture in floodplain areas…

Ecosystem Monitoring

As a long time farmer and recent graduate student, going to conferences like the Tilth Conference are opportunities to go see my people.  People who…

2018 Cover Crop Monoculture vs Mixture Update

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…
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