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 NATIONAL STRIP-TILLAGE CONFERENCE

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Early Bird Registration is now open! Save $25 when you register online now.

Iowa City, Iowa, has been selected as the host site for the 2nd annual National Strip-Tillage Conference.

Learn more about final attendance numbers for the inaugural event and dates for the 2015 conference.

View the 2014 speaker program to see the quality of speakers you can expect at this unique, one-of-a-kind educational event.  Registration details for the 2015 meeting will be released shortly.

LINKS:
- NSTC Home Page - Register Online Now
- Buy '14 NSTC Speaker Audio Files - 2014 Event Program

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