No till expo digs into benefits of biodiversity

Outlet: Ag Journal

February 10, 2011

Salina, Kan. – The entrepreneur credited with inventing the personal computer beat the drum for creativity and innovation during the Central Plains’ largest convention on conservation tillage, a strategic move by event organizers to challenge participants to think of themselves as part of a special subculture. “Definitely, I’m trying to send a message: you are the innovators. Keep it going, keep headed down that path,” said Brian Lindley, who manages the annual No Till on the Plains event…

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