Soil Health Planning and
The Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management Program has designated funds in South Dakota to provide technical and financial assistance to landowners and operators within the program’s active watershed project areas who are willing to help improve water quality by adopting certain soil health best management practices.
The application for financial and technical assistance under the Soil Health Planning and Improvement Project should be filled out and returned to any South Dakota Soil Health Coalition staff member. Staff member contact information is available in the project overview. Once the application is received and evaluated, SDSHC will contact you with next steps.
2022 Soil Health Conference registration is open!
The 6th Annual Soil Health Conference will be held Jan. 18-19 at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Aberdeen, SD! Don't this chance to learn more about soil health with an outstanding lineup of keynote speakers, breakout sessions, contests, awards, and social events!
News & Events
By Stan Wise Soil health is the new hot topic in agriculture. It’s showing up everywhere from government policy discussions to industry initiatives, from news articles to documentary films. Why is it so important? “Soil health is the foundation of the whole food...
By Stan Wise Sometimes a little chaos provides an opportunity for growth. That’s certainly the case with a chaos garden, also called a milpa garden. It’s a similar concept to the three sisters garden in which the three “sisters” of corn, beans and squash are planted...
The South Dakota Soil Health Coalition is excited to announce student photo and essay contests for the 2022 Soil Health Conference, Jan. 18-19 in Aberdeen, SD. The contests are open to students in middle school, high school, and post-secondary institutions. Winners...