Pittsfield: Green Drinks meeting explores no-till farming

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Cynthia Grippaldi of the Berkshire Conservation District will speak about no-till farming at the Pittsfield Green Drinks meeting at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 16, at J. Allen's Clubhouse, 41 North St.

No-till farming is a sustainable farming practice that helps reduce soil erosion, improve soil health and water quality and increase resilience to climate change.

Green Drinks meetings are free and open to everyone with any environmental interest.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Orenstein, Berkshire Environmental Action Team, at elizabeth@thebeatnews.org or 413-717-1255.



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