Webinar: Using NRCS Practices to Design Agroforestry Systems
Thank you for registering for PAN’s Quarterly Educational Webinar from Thursday, 03/14/19.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has been developing guidelines, field practice recommendations, and instituting funding opportunities for agroforestry projects like riparian buffers and alley cropping systems. This webinar focuses on agroforestry practices the NRCS will recognize in different Northeast States. We also discussed using NRCS field operations guidelines as a design tool for planning fundable agroforestry systems.
Presenter- Sven Pihl
Sven is a Regenerative Land Planner/Designer operating CT Edible Ecosystems, LLC. He’s a Certified Permaculture Designer and teacher, a member of the USDA’s Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Agroforestry Steering Committee, a member of the Association for Temperate Agroforestry and is a NOFA Organic Land Care Professional. His education ranges from the University of Missouri’s, Center for Agroforestry to the Yale School of Forestry and has worked on Permaculture projects from New Jersey to New Hampshire.
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