Soil Health Institute Announces 2015 Annual Virtual Meeting: “Increasing Soil Health”

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, June 15, 2022 / CSRwire / – Soil Health Institute (SHI), a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving soil vitality and productivity, announced today “Increasing soil health”Is the theme for his 7thth the annual meeting will be held virtually on August 11th and 12th.

“‘Increasing soil health“It reflects the need and opportunity to increase the regenerative health system of the soil to alleviate climate change, improve water quality, sustain farms and rural communities, and bring extensive environmental benefits to all of us,” said Dr. Wayne Honeycutt, President and President. Director General of the Institute.

Over the course of the two days, there will be a wealth of practical information, research, and information to help farmers, businesses, consultants, scientists, field conservationists, government and non-government professionals around the world.

The plenary sessions will be as follows:

  • Experiences of regenerative soil health systems for farmers
  • Attracting products for scaling regenerative soil health systems
  • Climate change mitigation through soil health: integrating local and global initiatives
  • Measurements recommended by SHI for scaling soil health assessments: scientific basis and practical application
  • Creating effective learning opportunities in soil health education programs

Every day, the sessions will be EDT from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., with an hour-long break, followed by EDT from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Registration is free but participation is required. You can register here: https://soilhealthinstitute-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i0ykVel5SGCbZNeag8NrLw.

ON THE INSTITUTE OF SOIL HEALTH
The Soil Health Institute is a global nonprofit with a mission to protect and improve the vitality and productivity of the soil through research and scientific advances. We bring together leaders in soil health science and industry to help farmers, ranchers and landowners build resilience to drought, stabilize yields and adopt soil health systems that are fundamentally beneficial to them. The institute’s team of scientists with a PhD in soil science and a variety of related disciplines has developed highly effective soil health targets and standardized measurements to quantify advances in regenerative and sustainable agricultural systems, and is leading the way in carbon sequestration and decoding. soil microbiome. Healthy lands are the basis for rejuvenating our land. Together, we can create a secure future for all, mitigate the effects of climate change, and help agriculture and organizations meet production and environmental goals on a scale. Visit soilhealthinstitute.org for more information and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitterand Facebook.

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About the Soil Health Institute
The Soil Health Institute is a global nonprofit with a mission to protect and improve the vitality and productivity of the soil through research and scientific advances. We bring together leaders in soil health science and industry to help farmers, ranchers and landowners build resilience to drought, stabilize yields and adopt soil health systems that are fundamentally beneficial to them.

The institute’s team of scientists with a PhD in soil science and a variety of related disciplines has developed highly effective soil health targets and standardized measurements to quantify advances in regenerative and sustainable agricultural systems, and is leading the way in carbon sequestration and decoding. soil microbiome.

Healthy lands are the basis for rejuvenating our land. Together, we can create a secure future for all, mitigate the effects of climate change, and help agriculture and organizations meet production and environmental goals on a scale.

Visit soilhealthinstitute.org for more information and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitterand Facebook.

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