Serve as point-person for the Indiana Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI), which is a program of the Indiana Conservation Partnership (ICP). Provide Extension education on conservation cropping systems to a variety of audiences and assist with research demonstrations and data collection from farmer-cooperators. Participate in at least 44 soil health educational events per year in Indiana. Work with farmers, researchers, and others to collect and analyze data. Establish working relationships with other agricultural enterprises. Write technical fact-sheets, bulletins, or newsletter articles about specific topics in soil health and conservation cropping systems. The preferred location is the West Lafayette Purdue campus, but alternate location within the State of Indiana is negotiable.
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