Since its inception, the Noble Foundation mission has focused on fostering land stewardship, conserving the soil, and providing insight and education for agricultural producers.
The producer relations group offers farmers, ranchers and land managers an invaluable resource to help apply systems-based management to their specific operations.
Agricultural producers can participate in a consultation program and attend educational events that highlight interconnected disciplines, including economics, horticulture, livestock, pasture and range, soil and crops, and wildlife and fisheries.
The producer relations group provides consultation services to individuals so that they can ask technical questions and receive decision support from experts.
The consultation services strives to engage producers in the Southern Great Plains in science-based, best management practices. The goal is to assist them in achieving their specific goals while enhancing natural resource stewardship.
For more information or to request consultation services, please call the Ag Helpline at 580-224-6500.
The education services group provides targeted educational opportunities to enhance agricultural knowledge of producers, consumers and students.
The group develops educational events and materials that draw together technology, innovation and best management practices with the goal of creating sustainable outcomes for agriculture. Programs are offered in an engaging environment to meet specific learner needs.