Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

The following CEUs for Certified Crop Advisors have been approved through the Certified Crop Advisor Program. The 2020 MOSES Conference and Organic University™ offer a total of 119 credits in 3 days of programming!  If you are eligible for CEU credits, please use the sign-in sheets located at the entrance of the workshop rooms.

CM = Crop Management
NM = Nutrient Management
PD = Professional Development
IPM = Integrated Pest Management
SW = Soil & Water Management
S = Sustainability

Organic University:

Conservation Programs to Support Organic Farms t (4 SW, 2.5 CM)
Financial Impact of Organic Grain Transition (6.5 CM)
Highs and Lows of Growing CBD Hemp (2.5 CM, 2 NM, 2 IPM)
Manage Your High Tunnels for Long-Term Success (2 CM, 2.5 NM, 2 IPM)
Managed Grazing for Healthier Dairy & Beef Herds (6.5 CM)
Rotations for Reduced Tillage & Resilience (4 CM, 2.5 SW)
Strategies for Successful Organic Tree-Fruit Production in Midwest (4.5 IPM, 1 NM, 1 CM)

Workshops:

Friday Session 1
8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Cropping System Solutions (1.5 CM)
Digging Deep on Dahlias (1.5 CM)
Farmland Leasing: Best Practices for Landowners & Land Seekers (1.5 PD)
Leverage Farm Bill Programs on Your Farm (1.5 NM)
Multi-Species Grazing on Savanna (1.5 NM)
The Most Organic Path to Local Food Sovereignty (1.5 S)
The Value of Soil Health (1.5 SW)
Vegetable & Fruit Challenges in a Changing Climate (1.5 IPM)
Wild Plants as Economic Opportunities (1.5 CM)

Friday Session 2
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Creative Marketing for Vegetable Farms (1.5 CM)
Hemp: Grain, Fiber, or CBD? (1.5 CM)
Minimize Tillage on Organic Row Crops (1.5 SW)
Perfect Pears for the Upper Midwest (1.5 CM)
Resilient Soils (1.5 SW)
Vegetable Seed Enterprise (1.5 CM)
Walk the Talk: Food Justice Certification (1.5 S)

Friday Session 3
3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Caring for Perennial Fruits on Your Farm or Homestead (1.5 IPM)
Livestock & Cover Crops: A Winning Combination (1.5 NM)
Minerals in a Carbon/Biological Cycle (1.5 NM)
Niche Markets for Artisanal Grains (1.5 CM)
Practical Agroforestry for Working Farms (1.5 CM)
Pricing Strategies (1.5 CM)
Soil Health & Human Health (1.5 NM)
Systems for your Organic System Plan (1.5 CM)
The Perfect Packing Shed (1.5 CM)

Saturday Session 1
8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Attract Local Customers Online (1.5 CM)
How Management Choices Impact Soil Function (1.5 SW)
Medicinal Herbs: Natural Remedies (1.5 CM)
Mid-Winter Production (1.5 CM)
Perennial Future: Kernza® (1.5 CM)
Silvopasture Principles & Practices (1.5 CM)
Specialty Mushrooms for Fun & Profit (1.5 CM)

Saturday Session 2
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

A Neighborly Approach to Control Pesticide Drift (1.5 IPM)
Beginning Beekeeping (1.5 IPM)
Cover Crops in Organic Row Crops (1.5 SW)
Garlic Marketing, Seed Stock, & Diseases (1.5 CM)
Meet your Lender with Confidence (1.5 PD)
Organic Options to Manage SWD (1.5 IPM)
Practical On-Farm Pollinator Habitat (1.5 IPM)
Producer Perspective: Organic Grain Marketing (1.5 CM)
Tips on Finishing Grass-Fed Beef in the Upper Midwest (1.5 CM)

Saturday Session 3
3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Flame Weeding in Row Crops (1.5 IPM)
Grassroots Rising: The Power of Regenerative Ag (1.5 SW)
Intermediate’ Farmer Challenges (1.5 PD)
No-Till for Small-Scale Vegetable Farms (1.5 SW)
On-Farm Composting: Separate “Feel Good” from “Real Good” (1.5 SW)
Use Ruminants to Control Invasive Plants (1.5 IPM)
What FSMA Means for Your Produce Farm (1.5 PD)

 

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