Symposium Speakers - PAYETTE SOIL & WATER DISTRICT
Biological inputs like companion crops, animals, cover crops and flowers replace synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. His system sustains yields, has greater water efficiency and it supports a flourishing ecosystem encouraging beneficial insects, soil microbes and carbon cycling. In addition to managing the farms’ annual potato crop, he grows quinoa, flax and lentils, and welcomes bees and livestock into his biotic farming system. Working for WSU Extension since 1999, Andy help...
About Us - PAYETTE SOIL & WATER DISTRICT
In an effort to ensure that present and future communities within Payette County continue to enjoy the best soil, water and other natural resources, the Payette SWCD works hand in hand with local landowners to sustain a healthy, productive environment. We value and support responsible uses of natural resources, including agricultural activities that are ecologically and economically sustainable.