Conservation Agriculture Systems Alliance

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The Conservation Agriculture Systems Alliance (CASA) is a communication network whose goal is to strengthen not only individual efforts but also the shared goal of increasing conservation in agriculture. Coordination of this effort is provided by Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC).

Across North America voluntary producer organizations work hard to promote no-till systems and other practices that provide economic benefits as well as environmental benefits to their regions. These organizations share similar missions and goals, encounter similar challenges and struggle with all too common problems.

Participating organizations and advisors share information, respond to questions from others, participate regularly in dialogue, alert others to relevant opportunities, events, and provide social and moral support. With ideas, insights and suggestions contributed by all, CASA hopes to build a strong network of connected groups that exchange information, collaborate on events and projects, distribute common messages about the importance of conservation and speak with a strong voice about the need for support of conservation at all levels.