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South Dakota's soil health challenge: Don't be left in the dust

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For those interested in soil health, a central South Dakota soil health bus tour will be held Sept. 10. The itinerary is as follows:

8 :30 a.m. CDT sharp—Meet at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) Dakota Lakes Research Farm near Pierre. The SDSU Dakota Lakes Research Farm is located 17 miles east of Pierre on the south side of SD Highway 34.

9 :45 a.m.—Cronin Farms near Gettysburg

Noon—Vojta Farms at Glenham

2 p.m.—Bieber Farms at Trail City

6 p.m.—Arrive back at the Dakota Lakes Rearch Farm for a tour

7 :30 p.m.—Supper

The bus can pick up and drop off individuals at junction of SD Highway 83 and 212 west of Gettysburg. There are also options for transportation from Sioux Falls to Pierre. If interested in transportation services from Pierre to eastern South Dakota, please contact Anthony Bly at the phone number of email listed below.

There is no charge for this tour. Box lunch and supper is included. RSVP is required, however. CCA credits will also be available.

For more information, please contact Ruth Beck at 605-773-8120 or email ruth.beck@sdstate.edu or Anthony Blyat 605-782-3290 or email anthony.bly@sdstate.edu. For additional information, please visit http://igrow.org/events or www.sdnotill.com.

Date: 8/25/2014



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