These videos are recordings of SD Soil Health Coalition virtual events.
March 2021 Planning Webinar Series
Resiliency Tools and Drought Discussion
Living Roots Tools and Cover Crops Discussion
Beginning Producer Workshop
Diversity Tools and Salinity Discussion
Five Principles Tools and Road to Travel Discussion
2021 Soil Health Conference
Day 1 Morning Welcome and Dale Strickler Presentation
Jimmy Emmons Presentation
Darla Tyler McSherry Presentation
Day 1 Producer Panel
Day 2 Morning Welcome and Nick Jorgensen Presentation
Dr. Rattan Lal Presentation
Loran Steinlage Presentation
Annual Meeting and Awards Presentations
2021 Soil Health Conference: Day 2 Producer Panel
News & Events
From South Dakota FFA Foundation The South Dakota FFA Foundation is proud to announce the recipients of four $100 scholarships for students placing first in one of the four SD Regional Land Evaluation Competitions this fall. The 2021 scholarship recipients are: Rowdy...
Soil health practices can make farms and ranches more productive and more profitable, but that isn't the only reason to use conservation methods. Improved soil health means improved operational resilience and sustainability, and that means it's more likely the farm or...
As South Dakota continues to see warmer than average temperatures and limited rainfall, many producers across the state are planning to harvest failed grain crops as much-needed forage for livestock. While drought-stressed crops can still be used as forage, there are...