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No-till Texas will host their second annual Soil Health Symposium in Amarillo, Feb. 12-13 at the Amarillo Civic Center in the North Exhibit Hall. No-Till Texas is an organization promoting soil health and regenerative farming practices in the Texas Panhandle and South Plains. The Soil Health Symposium offers an opportunity to learn from experts, interact with producers and discover new techniques that assist in sustainability and profitability. Kelly Kettner, a Muleshoe farmer, will be among one of many guest speakers for the event. Registration is $60 per person plus fees. To register, or to view a complete agenda and more information about speakers visit
The Texas Alliance for Water Conservation will be hosting its 5th Annual Water College today at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, connecting today’s producers and crop consultants with the latest in irrigation technology and research is the focus of the free college. Among the program highlight will be an overview of utilizing cover crops and irrigation technology by Kelly Kettner, a Bailey County producer, Jeff Miller with Forefront Agronomy and utilizing new online tools for producer by Shawn Wade with Plains Cotton Growers. Registration for the Texas Alliance Water Conservation Water College begins at 8:30 a.m. with the program starting at 8:50 a.m.
The college is free of charge with lunch provided. CEU credits are available. The program will conclude at 3:30 p.m. For more information visit

Rhea Gonzales


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