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The WI Cover Crop Conference is scheduled on February 27 in Stevens Point - to find out more go to http://fyi.uwex.edu/covercrop/. In addition to this conference, there is a great opportunity for conservation staff to participate in a workgroup and...

Now in its third year, the Soil Health Partnership (SHP), a project led by farmers to share information and test soil conservation practices on local farms, is seeing more farms enroll and a growing interest in soil-friendly farming practices.

Iowa Field Coordinator Elyssa McFarland said...

Soil can be ugly and soil can be not so ugly.

We want to see your best (or worst) soil health management photo. Upload them on Twitter and include @cptpcommunity and use hashtag #cptpsoilhealth! Please provide a brief description of what exactly we are looking at and you may see your...

UW Extension specialists in Agronomy, Entomology, Plant Pathology and Soil Science have recorded 52 new YouTube videos which offer 18 hours of instruction for crop production, pest management, soil and water conservation and nutrient management. Originally designed to help with self-study for...

Scientists agree that soil is a vital living resource, critical to boosting yields to meet our ever-growing demand for food. A good foundation for healthy soil includes creating just the right mix of physical, chemical and biological characteristics. When in balance, healthy soils not only...

This fall look for a series of online and in-field soil health trainings:

Intro to Soil Health
Our introduction to soil health course will cover the importance of soil health to crop production and dive into the the three primary characteristics of soil. The physical, chemical and...