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The Southern Conservation Agricultural Systems Conference (SCASC) is the main activity of the Southern Extension and Research Activity - Information Exchange Group 20 (SERA-IEG-20).

The primary mission of the SCASC is to provide a medium for exchanging information about conservation agricultural systems and related technology between and among researchers, extension personnel, NRCS personnel, crop consultants, agrochemical companies and farmers. The primary goal of most conservation agricultural systems research is to develop improved technology to increase yields and/or profitability of agricultural crops and livestock while maintaining or improving the quality of soil and water resources available for agricultural, domestic and recreational uses. The overall objective of the SCASC is to expand the conservation agricultural systems in the southern United States for the purpose of controlling erosion and reducing environmental degradation.


Most Recent Meeting:

19-20 February 2013 – Norman, Oklahoma
SCASC Awards

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Alabama Cooperative Extension System

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Last updated 13 May 2013.