Use regenerative practices for healthy, productive soils.
Illinois Extension educators are teaming up with Burnt Hill Cattle Co. LLC in Dahlgren. for the second summer twilight series meeting. Logan Karcher and his wife, Jessa, manage their fourth-generation family farm, raising grass-fed, grain-finished beef, grass-finished lamb, and pastured pork and poultry on 80 acres. They use various methods and an adaptive approach to manage their diverse property. Logan and Jessa will discuss the importance of adaptive management and regenerative practices for healthy productive soils.
Explore Additional Programs in the Southern Illinois Summer Twilight Series
During warm summer evenings, you’ll find our Local Foods team hosting events to highlight and demonstrate diverse farming enterprises across southern Illinois. Over the past eight years, the team has partnered with area farms to provide evening twilight meetings to allow participants to experience different types of production and marketing practices utilized by local producers.