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“Northern New Mexico Soil Health workshop.”

The attendees at this workshop represented mostly northern New Mexico farmers and ranchers. The special guest at this workshop were members of the USDA-Foreign Agriculture Service.

Santa Fe workshop

 

Soil Trainining Isleta


Native American Soil Health Workshop”

This workshop provided farmers and ranchers the with everything they need to build a greater understanding about “Soil Health” in the southwest. The workshop provided a variety of content elements, such as what soil health is, basic understanding, how to improve upon and start a on the path of soil health.  These soil health elements are arranged in such a way that it provided a useful structure, as well as a sense of understanding, with an overall comprehension soil health will produce healthy crops, and healthy physical human bodies. 

  Other Sources: 

NRCS Soil Health Website –  Click Shift +Left Click mouse on link below.

Integrated Cropping Systems and Water Management HandbookNRCS Soil Health, Sustainable cropping system is an integral part of a complete farming system of soil, water, air, plant, animal, and human resources.

Soil health web resources: Information specific to the Rocky Mountains and Southwest US

Menoken Farms Soil Foodweb Project – proposal and summary sheet.

New Mexico Organic Farmers Conference 2012 – Dr. Ron Godin .ppt

Conservation Records Notebook (NRCS)

South Dakota Soil Health  Conserve • Preserve • Develop Soil Health in South Dakota

Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program (SARE)   

 

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