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Gail Fuller’s commitment to no-till conservation methods with diverse, rotational cover crops save him water, energy, and improve profit, while also having a positive impact on the environment. Add intensive rotational grazing – or mob grazing – to the mix, along with a focus on beneficial insects, use of solar water pumps and fencing, and you’ve got a great example of innovation in Kansas.

Fuller is well-known nationally for his efforts to retain and build the soil on his farm all with an eye on economic sustainability. Gail has been a passionate advocate for sharing the lessons he’s learned and began offering the Fuller Field School to provide farmers with on-farm learning experiences. The 2015 Fuller Field School will be his fourth.

In collaboration with the Amazing Grazing program, Gail is bringing two internationally recognized speakers to Kansas on August 25-26 – Dr. Christine Jones, of Amazing Carbon in Australia, and Gabe Brown, Brown’s Ranch in North Dakota.

Registration is limited to the 150 participants.
Until August 1, the rate is: $175/person or $250/couple
After August 1, the rate is: $200/person or $300/couple
To register, sent a note and check to:

Gail Fuller
1862 Road M
Emporia KS 66801

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