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Delta Farm Press Calendar of Events

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Meetings, trade shows, field days and conferences for those involved in Mid-South agriculture.

To list your organization’s special event in the Delta Farm Press Calendar of Events, e-mail details, including contact person, phone number, etc., to: [email protected].

Nov. 5: Virtual Field Trip: Soil Health. 10 a.m. CT. For information about the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Virtual Field Trip (VFT) Series:

Nov. 10: University of Missouri Extension Farm Lease Program. 6 p.m. CT. Landowners and renters can learn about farm leases from University of Missouri Extension specialists. Participants can attend in person or through Zoom. For details and registration, go to and search for “farm lease.”

Nov. 12: Virtual Meeting of Delta Council, 10:30 a.m. Keynoting the meeting will be former Sens. Trent Lott of Mississippi and John Breaux of Louisiana. In addition to the Keynote speakers, Delta Council will highlight leadership transitions of the officers and board, review current policies and resolutions, and highlight priorities for the regional development organization, among other business. Those who would like to attend the meeting will be able to access the event via Zoom website, Zoom app or conference call. To ensure your participation, please contact a staff member at [email protected] or call (662) 686-3350 to receive the meeting access code or dial-in number.

Nov. 17: Virtual Field Trip: An Introduction to Agricultural Sustainability. 10 a.m. CT. For information about the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Virtual Field Trip (VFT) Series:

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