Events

Events Calendar

Access our Events Calendar for the latest opportunities to learn more about soil health and other conservation related topics. Brought to you by the SD Soil Health Coalition and many other partners in the agricultural community.

Soil Health School

Designed for agricultural producers as well as anyone with an interest in learning how to manage soils for resiliency and profit. The agenda features classroom style presentations by producers and technical experts from across the state and region, as well as hands-on experiences in the field. Area producers will share their challenges and successes with various methods for improving soil health, to an average class size of 30-40.

Soil Health Conference

Large scale event bringing the leading local, regional, and international soil health experts to South Dakota. The conference features several keynote speakers as well as a variety of breakout sessions and networking opportunities. Typically, 1.5-2 days in length with an average attendance between 300-400 individuals.

News & Events

Expanding Mesonet weather network to focus on soil moisture

Expanding Mesonet weather network to focus on soil moisture

By Stan Wise South Dakota Soil Health Coalition PIERRE, SD – What’s better than real-time weather data? More real-time weather data, of course. The South Dakota Mesonet currently has 32 weather stations in the state, according to Mesonet Director Nathan Edwards, and...

Finding the right water solutions for a rotational grazing plan

Finding the right water solutions for a rotational grazing plan

By Stan Wise South Dakota Soil Health Coalition PIERRE, SD – What does a pasture have in common with a marathon runner? According to Natural Resources Conservation Service State Grazing Lands Soil Health Specialist Tanse Herrmann, they both need time to recover. “A...

Reap the value of beneficial insects through soil health

Reap the value of beneficial insects through soil health

By Stan Wise South Dakota Soil Health Coalition Fifty-seven billion dollars. That’s the annual monetary value a 2006 economic study published in BioScience attributed to just four services performed by wild insects in the United States – pest control, pollination,...