Tag Archives: Ray Archuleta

Sharing Hymark High Spots (Ed Winkle) – Archuleta Follow Up.

I wish there was an easier way to share blog posts. Ed uses google, I use wordpress stand alone – they don’t cooperate. Anyway, I follow Ed Winkle’s posts on his blog Hymark High Spots, He’s very informative – years of experience … Continue reading

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Ray the Soil Guy – in The Progressive Farmer

 I agree with Chris Clayton in this article about Ray Archuleta, Agronomist with NRCS. His enthusiasm for building soil health is evident and contagious. If you have a chance to listen to any of his presentations you won’t be disappointed. … Continue reading

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Email Exchange Regarding Agroecology Paper by Laurie Drinkwater

I’m a ways down on the mailing lists but hey, I at least I’m on some. The following dialogue was pretty interesting I thought. Montana NRCS Agronomist Mark Henning sent the first note to Ray Archuleta and a few others … Continue reading

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Wow, been kinda busy, the other 2 days…

Finally getting a little breather after a couple o weeks of meetings!  (Soil health and soil survey…not too bad as far as meetings go.) Here’s the scoop on the last couple of days of the Soil Health Conference in Montrose, … Continue reading

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Soil Health Conference, Montrose CO, day 1

Great 1st day! It’s great to see local folks getting fired up about soil health in spite of the relative void of “experience”  and research in this area. The dependance on furrow irrigation is a specific obstacle that needs to be … Continue reading

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