New York Soil Health project collaborator American Farmland Trust | New York is working with Long Island and Great Lakes farmers to support trying new practices to improve soil health while maintaining economic viability.
Bacteria discovered in ancient Irish ‘healing’ soil is able to stop growth of MRSA and other superbugs.
In December the Urban Soils Institute based in NYC held the 3rd annual Urban Soils Symposium, “Urban Soils & Remediation Restoration Rehabilitation Regeneration Resilience”.
The Urban Soils Institute has helpfully compiled a number of summer internships at soil survey offices throughout the United States. The application deadline is January 18, 2019.
These are upcoming soil health events of interest taking place in New York State and nationally.
Recent research tested how decomposition changes with soil depth to help predict whether deep soil carbon would be vulnerable to climate-induced changes.
Cover crop consultant Steve Groff shares five trends that he sees emerging in 2019.
Here are some highlights from our first year…
The Empire State Producers Expo is coming up January 15 – 17, at the SRC Arena in Syracuse, NY.