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Plan Now To Attend 2016

The InfoAg Conference returns to the Union Station in St. Louis. Make plans to attend August 2-4, 2016. For more than 20 years, InfoAg has been the leading event in precision agriculture. In 2016, InfoAg and ICPA will be colocated, providing additional educational and networking opportunities for everyone interested in the pursuit of precision agriculture.

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Featured Speaker

John Heaston
Nebraska Water Board
John T. Heaston is managing consultant for The Aquamart project for the Nebraska Water Balance Alliance. With a background in applied anthropology, Heaston focuses on environmental, economic, and agricultural issues as they relate to river basin development and watershed management.

He is currently working on projects such as:

• Multi-scale conservation planning and evaluation
• Performance-based irrigation conservation for watershed recovery
• Value-added eco-marketing as a conservation strategy
• Promotion of local leadership development in conservation practice in Nebraska
• Work with the sand/gravel and aggregate industry of Nebraska to promote site-appropriate reclamation of mine sites, and to avoid ecologically sensitive lands in mine siting
• Private lands-based conservation programs including sustainable grassland management and improved irrigation management for conservation
• Strategic planning and goal setting for conservation organizations in Nebraska
• Understanding how farmers/ranchers/communities formulate risk from uncertainty and how that places constraint on adopting conservation practices and technologies.

Heaston is a 1993 graduate of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln anthropology department. He attended the University of Kentucky and studied applied anthropology. He is a native of Elm Creek, Nebraska.

InfoAg App

The InfoAg App is now available. 

iOS App 
 Be the first on your block to get the new InfoAg iPhone App. Go to the iTunes App Store and search for "InfoAg" or get it through this link.
Android users are in luck, too. Just released is the InfoAg App for Android. Get it here.

The InfoAg Apps hold the program information including presentation descriptions and speaker bios as well as descriptions of exhibitors and sponsors. Use the search feature to find the topics and people of interest and create your own custom InfoAg schedule with the My InfoAg tools to mark can't miss presentations. Program updates are pushed to the app so you always have the latest InfoAg info.

InfoAg 2016 and the 13th ICPA

This summer InfoAg will be held in conjunction with the 13th International Conference on Precision Agriculture. ICPA focuses on science and research in precision agriculture and is attended primarily by academics and scientists from all around the world. In holding both conferences together we hope to bring together both audiences to gain a new perspecive on precision agriculture. The concurrent programs provide opportunitites to learn more about what the other is doing: what works, what needs work, and what are some common problems and interests. The breaks, lunch, and reception during the overlap of the two conferences give everyone a chance to network and build new contacts.
The program for the week allows each conference to follow its traditional days and format. ICPA starts with a Sunday evening reception. It continues Monday with plenary and breakout sessions and features a poster presentation reception Monday evening. Tuesday morning ICPA continues with breakout sessions. Mid-morning Tuesday we have a joint plenary session with ICPA and InfoAg followed by lunch and the opening of the PrecisionAg Tech Center. Concurrent sessions for both ICPA and InfoAg run Tuesday afternoon with a reception in the exhibit hall that evening. Wednesday morning sessions for both conferences and then the ICPA closing session. Then its the rest of the InfoAg program with the PrecisionAg plenary session and luncheon. Wednesday afternoon features more InfoAg breakout sessions and Wednesday evening will feature the reception in the exhibit hall. Thursday morning breakfast closes down the exhibits, then concurrent sessions and the InfoAg closing plenary sessions wraps up the week at noon on Thursday.  
In addition, we again offer the InfoAg full-day Monday tour and ICPA will offer a half-day tour on Wednesday afternoon. More about these coming soon.
Each conference will have its own registration. Attendees to either conference are able to attend any sessions Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. If you would like to attend all sessions, each conference offers an add-on registration for the other conference so you can attend all sessions Sunday through Thursday if you like.  
Exhibits will be in the PrecisionAg Tech Center and will be run on the traditional InfoAg schedule: setup Monday, open Tuesday through Thursday noon.