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Virtual: Technology Tools and Grower-based Approaches for Implementing Effective Conservation

May 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC-5

You’re invited to join us for an exclusive webinar presented by CTIC (Conservation Technology Information Center) in collaboration with Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC.: “Technology Tools and Grower-based Approaches for Implementing Effective Conservation.”

Date: Thursday, May 23

Time: 11:00 am ET

Join CTIC and Syngenta for a webinar discussing the advancement of soil health and responsible resource management practices with Delta F.A.R.M. Learn about ready-to-use tools for measuring and benchmarking farming practices and decisions using the Cropwise Sustainability App.

Featured Speakers:

Trent Wimmer

Key Account Manager

Syngenta Sustainable and Responsible Business Team

Trent Wimmer is a Key Account Manager with Syngenta’s Sustainable and Responsible Business team.  His responsibilities include industry engagement, project management, and business development; as well as supporting customers through the implementation of Syngenta’s digital Cropwise platform and tools.

Trent has worked at Syngenta for more than 25 years.  He has held roles in R&D, sales, and marketing across North America before joining the sustainability team in 2017.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from Nebraska Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Denver.

Parker Frew

Program Manager

Delta F.A.R.M.

Parker Frew is the Program Manager for Delta F.A.R.M. as well as a Wildlife Biologist for Delta Wildlife. Parker leads Delta F.A.R.M. and serves as the key figure in helping advance and spread responsible agricultural resource management across the Mississippi Delta. Serving as the program manager he has been able to help implement millions of dollars across the Delta to help increase the adoption and advancement of cover crops, soil health, water quality, and irrigation efficiency.

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Also, Learn About the CTIC Conservation in Action Tour: Discover more about the Conservation in Action Tour taking place on June 10-11 in Arkansas. Explore the vibrant agricultural landscape, engage with industry leaders, and gain firsthand knowledge about conservation practices in action.

P.S. Secure your spot for the CTIC Conservation in Action Tour on June 10-11 and explore the beauty of Arkansas while learning about sustainable agriculture practices. Register here.


May 23
11:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC-5