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The Department of Soil Science, in conjunction with University of Wisconsin-Cooperative Extension will host eight Soil, Water, & Nutrient Management Meetings around the state, starting Tuesday, November 29 through Friday, December 9. The purpose of these meetings is to...

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...

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...

The Conservation Professional Training Program (CPTP), in partnership with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), is offering a new soil health program that provides innovative strategies to help boost crop production, mitigate the effects of extreme weather events, and create...