Increasing drought conditions and climate change are making enhanced soil resilience an important tool to withstand extreme environmental conditions and to sustain agricultural production.
Soil health assessment and management has become very important in New Mexico to help preserve soils and to rejuvenate soils that are already degraded.
New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service will host a soil health webinar series to address the training needs of producers, agriculture support professionals, Extension educators, and other stakeholders in New Mexico.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 22 – 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MT
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 27 – 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MT
The workshop series is sponsored by the Healthy Soil Program initiative coordinated by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture.
The Healthy Soil Program was enacted by the New Mexico Legislature to provide education on soil health assessment and management in New Mexico.