NM Healthy Soil Working Group
The NM Healthy Soil Working Group is assembling a powerful network of agriculture and conservation organizations, urban and rural residents, consumers and producers alike, with the goal to significantly accelerate soil health stewardship in the state. We aim to catalyze widespread adoption of management principles that result in greater soil health and associated co-benefits, creating prosperous and strong land based communities, nutritious food, a healthy environment and a viable future for our planet.
New Mexico Healthy Soil Blog
San Juan County Cooperative Extension announces its Northwest New Mexico New Farmer Network, offering resources, technical assistance and support to both landowners and farmers seeking land. READ MORE
Maximizing biodiversity is the second soil health principle. An often cited study, published in 2019 and led by the University of British Columbia, highlights the importance of Indigenous land management in achieving this... READ MORE
As we prepare for the 2021 legislative session, we would like to hear from you! The NM Healthy Soil Working Group is considering a memorial that would set a strong aspirational stewardship goal... READ MORE
There is a powerful, beneficial partnership between the hydrologic cycle circulating life-giving water and the carbon-based, soil-building, carbon-cycling life in the soil—known as the soil-carbon sponge. READ MORE