New Evolution Ag Summit is Feb. 21 in Jamestown

The event will be at the North Dakota Farmers Union staff office.

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North Dakota Farmers Union will host the Evolution Ag Summit: The Carbon Conundrum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Jamestown.

The one-day event will focus on carbon reduction initiatives that may shape agriculture and food supply chains.

Under House Bill 1371, feedlots or dairies could partner with a corporation and no longer fall under the definition of farming and ranching.

“It’s important that farmers understand how they can benefit from

programs and initiatives to store carbon through specific farming

practices that help balance the atmosphere,” said North Dakota


Farmers Union President Mark Watne. “We’re connecting

producers with industry leaders at this summit, so all have a

deeper understanding of programs and carbon-reduction


Zach Johnson, the Millennial Farmer, will keynote the summit.

Other speakers at the event include representatives from ADM, CHS, Anheuser-Busch, North Dakota State University, Midwest AgEnergy, NRCS, Bushel and more.

Topics include sustainability commitments from agribusiness, renewable fuel trends, public and private conservation incentives and farmer/rancher perspectives on carbon sequestration.

Tickets are $30. To register for the event, visit .

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