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Soil Health ‘Train-the-Trainer’ Workshop

More than 50 government agency staff, conservationists, researchers, and students from around the world flocked to campus for the four-day Cornell Soil Health ‘Train-the-Trainer’ Workshop August 5 to 8.

Attendees heard from a line-up of speakers on the latest in soil health testing and management, participated in hands-on workshops, put together mangaement plans, and visited Cornell’s Musgrave Research Farm in Aurora for field work and demonstrations.

For more information about the Cornell Soil Health program, visit the Cornell Soil Health website.

Horticulture graduate student Miles Schwartz Sax (right) and attendees examine healthy urban soil from a planting outside Mann Library that was certified by the Sustainable Sites Initiative, the equivalent of LEED certification for landscapes.

Horticulture graduate student Miles Schwartz Sax (right) and attendees examine healthy urban soil from a planting outside Mann Library that was certified by the Sustainable Sites Initiative, the equivalent of LEED certification for landscapes.

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