BELTON -- The Soil Regen Forum Aug. 28 and 29 offers two days of expert-led presentations, demonstrations and discussions on maintaining healthy soils by using regenerative agriculture practices, coordinators said.

The event will be at the Summers Mill Retreat and Conference Center, 441 F,M, 1123, Belton. It is open to the public, and registration is $100.

The forum is hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resource Conservation Service.

Researchers, ranchers and other soil professionals will cover an array of topics, including principles of soil health, how to understand soil tests and economic incentives for implementing regenerative agriculture.

A full agenda and registration information is available at

The registration fee includes lunch and snacks by Maggie's Catering.

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