No-till on the Plains, Inc.

Address

P.O. Box 379
Wamego, KS 66547
Phone: 1 888-330-5142
Fax: 1 785-456-1434
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General Information

Contact Email: 
info@notill.org
Organizational Narrative: 

No-till on the Plains Inc. is a non-profit educational organization providing information to farmers on adopting continuous no-till and other sustainable production methods and to further develop those techniques. While adopting no-till and good agronomy (good biology) has the potential to greatly improve farmers' efficiency and profitability, many other benefits accrue to society, such as greatly reduced soil erosion of cropland, less sedimentation of rivers and lakes, better wildlife habitat in fields, and the sequestering of atmospheric carbon dioxide in soil organic matter. No-till on the Plains, Inc. is a partnership of farmers, agribusinesses, associations, and state and federal agencies that are committed to increasing the adoption of cropping systems that will enhance soil and water quality, economic potential and the quality of life. The organization is devoted to educating farmers about how to develop economically, agronomically, and environmentally sound crop production systems through the application of continuous no-till farming techniques. Each year, No-till on the Plains organizes and plans educational events and bus tours that allow farmers to get practical and relevant continuous no-till information from other farmers and no-till experts.

Provider Background

General Services: 
Education
General Services Details: 

Education No-till on the Plains provides a variety of educational meetings, services, and products designed to promote the increase of continuous no-till farming methods.

BMP's / Tech Implementation: 
Cropland
Erosion control
BMP's / Tech Details: 

Cropland No-Till On The Plains is dedicated to educating farmers about how to develop economically, agronomically, and environmentally sound crop production systems through the application of contiunous No-Till farming techniques.

Erosion control As more and more farmers move to a no-till crop production system, soil erosion is going down and production levels are going up.

Service Area

All - We serve the entire state

Additional Information

WRAPS Projects your organization is currently working with: 
Cheney Lake Watershed, Marion Reservoir, Melvern, Twin Lakes, Neosho Headwaters, Clarks Creek, Fall River, Upper Walnut / El Dorado Lake, Delaware, Kanopolis, Eagle Creek, Lower Kansas, Middle Kansas, Missouri, Lower Smokey Hill, Tuttle, Upper Wakarusa