Soil Health Resources
Funded by the University of Wyoming, WCHS is stakeholder engagement effort aimed at engaging the agricultural community to identify ways to support producers in the voluntary adoption of soil health practices on croplands and grazing lands.
WCHS will gain input from the agricultural community in various ways to develop a roadmap that will help advance and incentivize voluntary soil health practices, including 1) producer-focused listening sessions; 2) producer and agricultural professional surveys; and 3) working groups. Larger meetings (“Collaborative Meetings”) will be held regularly to engage and solicit feedback from those unable to otherwise participate.
For more information on listening sessions and surveys visit the WCHS website.
The USDA-NRCS has created a story map about soil health which contains a lot of information, videos, and resources. Check it out!
From A to Z soil health is important!
Healthy Soil Workshop
Was held on September 7, 2022
TOPICS discussed included:
An introduction to the concepts and practices of soil health and regenerative agriculture.
How cover crops can be used in grazing systems to build soil and increase forage.
What to look for in a healthy soil, and how to measure soil health.