Michigan Soil Health Land Valuation Webinar

Michigan Soil Health Land Valuation Webinar

Delta Institute has spent the last several years engaging landowners, land managers, and farmers to implement conservation practices on working lands in Michigan to improve environmental outcomes.

Michigan farmers may improve soil health and protect local water quality by adopting soil conservation practices, such as cover crops or no-till. However, financial uncertainties associated with land management changes may prevent some farmers from adopting these practices.

Join us on Zoom for the kick-off of an innovative pilot program!

Therefore, Delta Institute is working with Michigan farm appraisers and soil conservationists to factor measurements of soil health into the land valuation process. If soil health can be considered as a property characteristic by appraisers, Michigan farmers may be incentivized to adopt soil conservation practices to increase the value of their land.

We are grateful to the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation for generously supporting our soil health and land valuation efforts in Southeast Michigan.

Register for a 45 minute webinar on May 2nd to learn more!

Interested in learning more about the initiative?

Click the link below to visit our project page.

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