OSCIA looking for cooperators for ag biomass production research

The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association is leading information sessions for farmers interested in becoming cooperators to assist researchers in field-scale studies involving growing agricultural biomass.

This project will study, with the assistance of farm cooperators and researchers, options in Ontario for growing biomass economically and sustainably on a field-scale. Information sessions will be held in Ridgetown, Simcoe, and Woodstock.

Agricultural Biomass Research Information Sessions

June 3 2010, 7pm
Auditorium, Simcoe Research Station
1283 Blueline Rd
Simcoe, Ontario

June 7 2010, 7pm
Pioneer Theatre, Ridgetown College
120 Main St. E.
Ridgetown, Ontario

June 10 2010, 7pm
Altadore Room, Altadore Quality Inn Hotel and Suites
580 Bruin Blvd.
Woodstock, Ontario

For inquiries contact:
Nick Betts, Outreach Coordinator
Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association
1 Stone Road West, Guelph, Ontario N1G 4Y2
Tel: 519.826.4219
Fax 519.826.4224
Email: nick.betts@ontariosoilcrop.org
http://twitter.com/nickAToscia