Introduction To Whova Online Platform
This year’s conference will be hosted online utilizing the digital platform Whova, a state of the art software program which will allow attendees, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors to interact, while also hosting a full program of speakers, breakout sessions, awards and panels. Whova can be utilized on your computer through what they call their “Web App” or a phone app downloadable from your phone’s app store.
Watch this short video to see how the phone app works or reference the helpful guides below to familiarize yourself with the Whova platform and how to access it before and during the event!
Whova Help Guides
Whova Attendee Guide https://whova.com/pages/whova-app-user-guide/?source=ems
Whova Speaker Guide https://whova.com/pages/whova-speaker-guide/?source=ems
Whova Exhibitor Guide https://whova.com/pages/whova-app-exhibitor-guide/?source=ems
Whova Sponsor Guide https://whova.com/pages/whova-sponsor-guide/?source=ems
2023 Soil Health School Registration Open!
The 2023 Soil Health School will be held August 28-30 on the farms of Anthony Bly and Bruce Carlson near Garretson, SD! There will be classroom sessions, field excercises, discussion panels, and opportunities to network with researchers, industry professionals, and experienced producers who can help you on your soil health journey! Class size is limited, so learn more and register today!
News & Events
Long-term research reveals advantages of diverse crop rotations
By Stan Wise PIERRE, SD – It can take time for scientists to build new knowledge of biological processes, especially when those processes play out over the course of years. Researchers with the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service North Central...
‘Park the chisel’: First step toward soil health can be simple
By Stan Wise PIERRE, SD – The benefits of improved soil health for agricultural producers and gardeners are numerous and valuable – reduced input costs, improved profitability, drought and flood resilience, reduced erosion, improved water quality, increased wildlife...
Saline Soil Management: More Money With Fewer Crop Acres
By Stan Wise PIERRE, SD – Salinity areas. Trouble spots. White deserts. Regardless of what they’re called, saline soils are a problem for South Dakota. White, salty areas where nothing grows are a common sight in fields across the state. “The amount of salinity that's...