Resources/Links

Recent addition for folks at Grand Junction Soil Health Workshop and 6th Annual Western Colorado Soil Health Conference: Soil health web resources: Information specific to the Rocky Mountains and Southwest US. (Word document also linked on “Documents” page.)

 

General Information Regarding Soil Health:

Soil Quality    This is the National (US) Soil Quality Institute’s page.

Ray’s Soil Health Page – Videos of many of Ray Archuleta’s soil health presentations. Excellent resource!

 

Soil Carbon Restoration: Can Biology do the Job?

Can Biology do the Job? NOFA/Mass(By Jack Kittredge, Policy Director, NOFA/Mass.)

 

 

 

 

 

The Science of Healthy Soil from SC-NRCS & ESRI-SC Partnership on Vimeo.

 

  Burleigh County SCD in North Dakota, soil health is hardly a new concept but these folks have recently been putting it to the test and on the ground in a big way. Lots of good information on their Soil Health Page.

 

Sustainable Soil Management in a nutshell. (From ATTRA)

Sustainable Agriculture (NCAT)    Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education  In my opinion these are two premier Soil Health/Sustainable Ag sites on the web. Loads of information here regarding grants, research reports, and Learning & Information centers.

 

 

 

Soilhealth.comSoils Are Alive – An Australian Soil Club website and free on-line “book” with some great information. I havent’ looked through all of it yet. But so far it looks great. Kudos to the Australians – they have a lot of good soil health initiative going there.

 

 Grazing & Range Focus:

Holistic Management International – Soil health through grazing.

Savory Institute – Founders of “holistic management” in grazing.

 

 

 

Soil Carbon/Organic Matter & Carbon Farming: 

Quivira Carbon Ranching: The purpose of this web site is to provide a virtual library of resources related to the Carbon Ranch idea.

 

 Marin Carbon Project

Amazing Carbon! Christine Jones, Australia

Soil Carbon Coalition Peter Donavon

 

  

General Farm, Forums/Bulletin Boards:

No-Till Talk by No-Till on the Plains, and  No-Till Farmer’s Farmers Forum

FarmProgress Library A WEALTH of farm practice information here. Tillage, irrigation, equipment – you name it.

 

 

 Academia:

Cornell University Soil Health

Purdue Univ. Conservation Technology Information Center (Sustainable Agriculture)

University of California, Davis SAREP

 

 

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