Soil Health Monthly Workshop Series

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Soil Health is a Hot Topic These Days, But What Does it All Mean?

This Soil Health series is meant to show the breadth of the topic and will feature researchers and practitioners presenting on research and management strategies of soil health.

Each workshop will focus on a different area of interest in soil health research pertaining to wide range of agricultural crops and management systems. All workshops will be held online from 6 to 7 p.m. The series is free but registration is required.

The Series Kicks-Off on April 20, 2021

Our first presentation is by NC State University Assistant Professor Dr. Terrence G. Gardner and post-doctoral researcher Dr. Juan P. Frene titled:  The impact of biochar on soil health in Sandhills (North Carolina) agroecological systems:  A soil physiochemical and biological properties assessment.

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Upcoming Presentations

  • May 18 – Dr. Deanna Osmond presents: Soil Health: What is it? Can it help me? Register Online
  • June 15 – Dr. Alan Franzluebbers presents: What does it mean for soil to be biologically active? Register Online
  • July 20 – Dr. Janel Ohletz presents: Soil health management for high tunnels. Register Online
  • August 17 – Nathan Lowder presents: The benefits of cover crops for soil health – an NRCS perspective. Register Online 
  • More dates and topics to come…