Friday, April 20th 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Edaleen Dairy & Bellewood Acres, Lynden, WA

Registration deadline: April 10th

 

We invite you to participate in our upcoming field day focusing on two different types of nutrient recovery technology:

  • A dissolved air flotation (DAF) unit operating at Edaleen Dairy removes fine solids from manure wastewater.
  • WSU Extension’s mobile struvite system will demonstrate struvite fluidized bed technology, which captures phosphorus in liquid dairy manure in the form of struvite, an easy to handle fertilizer source.

Come see these technologies in action and learn more about them from WSU researchers and their commercial partners. Topics covered will include operation and management of these systems, resulting products and their agronomic use, and the economics of incorporating nutrient recovery technology on a dairy.

 

The event is FREE but registration is required by April 10th to ensure ample lunch and bus transportation.

To inquire about registration availability, please contact Karen Hills khills@wsu.edu

 

Who should attend?

The Nutrient Recovery Technology Field Day targets dairy producers, private industry, agricultural support professionals, individuals who work with relevant government agencies, and the interested public

Logistics

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information or reasonable accommodation should contact Karen Hills at khills@wsu.edu at least two weeks prior to the event (April 6th).

 

Partners with CSANR:

   

 

Funding support provided by:

   

The field day is supported by Natural Resource Conservation Service Agreement #693A7516020, Agreement #693A751751, and Biomass Research Funds from the Washington State University Agricultural Research Center.