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Remote Sensing for Ag Conservation

Michigan

A lone tree grows on Mariana Menoli's soybean farm in Santarém, in the state of Pará, Brazil.
A tree grows in farm field. A lone tree grows on Mariana Menoli's soybean farm in Santarém, in the state of Pará, Brazil. © Robert Clark

Field scouting technology has advanced considerably in the last decade. Today, farmers and conservationists have access to satellite and aerial scouting technologies that weren’t available to past generations. By using these remote sensing services, land managers can help make informed farming and soil health decisions from afar.

Join speakers from Thumb Drone Works and The Nature Conservancy’s North America agriculture program to discuss the latest in aerial and satellite scouting technology, including a sneak peek of the new OpTis conservation tracking platform.

Participants receive a free TNC coffee mug made from 100% US-made corn (while supplies last) and 1.5 CEUs are available for certified crop advisors. Register on Zoom for this free webinar occurring Tuesday, April 13 from 8:00-9:30 am ET. 

See you there!