Starting Jan. 1, the minimum wage in unincorporated Boulder County is $15.69/hour.

A partir del 1 de enero, el salario mínimo local en la zona no incorporada del condado de Boulder será de $15.69/hora.

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November 16, 2022

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Registration deadline approaching for 2022 Soil Revolution Conference on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Registration deadline is Thursday, Dec. 1, for this hybrid event.

Boulder County, Colo. - The registration deadline, Thursday, Dec. 1, is approaching for the 2022 Soil Revolution Conference that will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Registration information can be found at www.SoilRev.org.

Farmers and ranchers of all scales and production systems are invited. In-person and live-stream options are available.

This event is hosted by Boulder County Parks & Open Space, CSU Extension, the City of Boulder, USDA-NRCS, and the Boulder Valley and Longmont Conservation Districts. Sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are available.

Topics will cover on-the-ground solutions from producers spanning a variety of climate and soil conditions across the county.

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Confirmed speakers include:

Elizabeth Kaiser

Owner of Singing Frogs Farm, a vegetable farm and CSA using a highly intensive, no-till, ecological management system bringing tremendous benefits to the farm's soil, ecology, water, and livelihood.

Bob Quinn

Owner of Montana Flour & Grains, which introduced Kamut, an ancient grain similar to durum wheat. Today, over 4,500 different Kamut brand products are being marketed throughout the world providing a new crop for over 250 organic farmers in Montana, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Co-author of a book titled “Grain by Grain” which summarizes his philosophy of the tie between agriculture, food, and health.

Joe Lanier

Owner of a farm in Pleasant View, CO, near his original family farm, which was homesteaded in 1917 by his great grandfather. Joe started down the regenerative path after he attended a grazing workshop and realized the importance of soil health and how the whole system works together. He currently raises alfalfa to sell as well as cover crops to graze, and own land that is used for pasture and wildlife.

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Updates will be posted to the conference website, SoilRev.org, including a growing speaker list and program agenda. For more information, please contact Trent Kischer at tkischer@bouldercounty.org or 720-864-6529.

Soil Revolution 2022 Conference graphic with meeting date and corn photo