What Spring Brings in the Woods

By mnsoilhealth | March 26, 2020

The sun is stronger than a month ago, birds are singing, critters are moving about, spring is here! Our shrubs and trees are waking up but that’s not the only […]

Soil Monitoring, Could it Become a Thing?

By mnsoilhealth | March 26, 2020

In the land of 10,000 lakes (technically 11,842 lakes), it is obvious why water testing is so critical.  Funds are spent annually to test surface and ground water quality with […]

COVID-19 and Events

By mnsoilhealth | March 14, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 spread, events are being cancelled or postponed. If you are planning on attending an upcoming event, please contact the event organizer to determine if the event […]

Preparing Gardens While the Weather is Frightful

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

We’re in the dead of winter, temperatures are cold, the wind blows, and that lovely white stuff is blanketing our landscape.  How is a gardener supposed to get their fix […]

Local Soil Health Groups and Their Importance

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

What is a local soil health group?  It’s a group of farmers that provide range of support including discussions, sharing experiences, learning with and from each other, bringing in specialist […]

What to Do During the Cold Winter Months

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

So it’s the time of year to spend more time inside, review how 2019 went, go over financials, and plan for 2020.  What are you looking at for the coming […]

Breaking Wind

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

Breaking Wind – While Improving Air Quality, Soils, and Diversifying Breaking wind isn’t always a bad thing, it can actually bring a smile to your face!  If you look around […]

MN Soil Health Coalition activities

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

The Minnesota Soil Health Coalition has been busy providing education, mentoring, networking, and logical information to farmers, the general public, and youth.  We are very grateful for our members and […]

Alley Cropping

By mnsoilhealth | February 29, 2020

Alley Cats or Alley Cropping? We know that alley cats aren’t welcoming, comfortable, or what we’d like to interact with but alley cropping isn’t as rough.  So what is alley […]

Focus on the Front End and Quit Putting Out Fires

By mnsoilhealth | December 21, 2019

Cleaning drinking water, mitigating flooding, removal of sediment, and installing erosion control structures are some of the activities that receive large amounts of funding to complete.  These activities are a […]

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