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CCSI not only hosts trainings, webinars, and virtual field days - we help partners plan and host numerous events every year. You'll find quick registration links to many of those events on this page.


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If you missed a past CCSI Webinar or Virtual Shop/Farm Visit - or just want to revisit it.  Our Tools and Resources page provides a viewing platform inside of this website as well as a link to our YouTube channel. 

  • CCSI-TNC Mini-Grant Lunch-n-Learn
    RSVP Closed
    Wed, Feb 01
    CCSI-TNC Mini-Grant Lunch-n-Learn
    Feb 01, 12:00 PM EST – Feb 02, 1:00 PM EST
    CCSI-TNC Mini-Grant Lunch-n-Learn
    The Indiana Nature Conservancy is providing generous financial support to launch a “mini-grant” program in partnership with CCSI. This event is to explain the process and answer questions.
  • Hoosier Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society Winter Meeting
    Feb 09, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST
    WestGate Academy, 13598 East WestGate Drive, Odon, IN 47562, USA
    “Beyond the Field, Wildlife & Habitat Considerations” 10:00 am - 1:00 pm SWCS Business Meeting (all are welcome) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Kosciusko County Farmer's Breakfast
    Feb 16, 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM EST
    Leesburg, 4316 W 600 N, Leesburg, IN 46538, USA
    Join us in for this laid back event with demonstrations of planter setups, discussion of cover crop logistics and soil health benefits.
  • 2023 CCSI-SARE Intro to Soil Health
    Feb 28, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
    CCSI-SARE Introduction to Soil Health is a very basic course designed to provide a general understanding of soil health systems and the fundamentals of crop production. This training is geared toward newer staff and those who do not have a background in agriculture.
  • 2023 CCSI-SARE Fundamentals of Soil Health
    Tuesdays in April 2023
    Apr 4,18,25=Virtual; Apr 11=In-person
    Tuesdays in April 2023
    Apr 4,18,25=Virtual; Apr 11=In-person
    Registration required by March 27. This train-the-trainer event provides a foundation for understanding how cover crops and no-till systems may be incorporated into Midwestern cropping management, along with impacts on soil health.
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