Soil Health Institute Announces Its Virtual Annual Meeting 2022: “Scaling Up Soil Health”

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, June 15, 2022 / CSRwire / – The Soil Health Institute (SHI), the nonprofit organization charged with safeguarding and improving the vitality and productivity of soils, announced today that “Increase the health of the soil“Is the theme of his 7th annual meeting to be held virtually on 11 and 12 August.

“‘Increase the health of the soil‘, reflects both the urgency and the opportunity to adopt on a large scale the adoption of regenerative systems for soil health to mitigate climate change, improve water quality, support farms and rural communities and bring benefits environmental issues spread to all of us, ”said Dr. Wayne Honeycutt, president and CEO of the Institute for Soil Health.

Over the course of two days, an abundance of practical information, research and actionable results relevant to farmers, agribusinesses, consultants, scientists, field environmentalists, governments and non-governmental professionals from around the world will be offered.

The plenary sessions will cover:

  • Experiences of farmers with regenerative soil health systems
  • Engaging commodities for the downsizing of regenerative soil health systems
  • Climate change mitigation through soil health: integration of local and global initiatives
  • SHI Recommended Measurements for Scaling Soil Health Assessments: Scientific Basis and Practical Application
  • Creating impact learning opportunities in soil health education programs

Each day, sessions will run from 10am to 12pm EDT, pause for one hour, then resume from 1pm to 3pm EDT.

Registration is free but mandatory to participate. You can register here: https://soilhealthinstitute-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i0ykVel5SGCbZNeag8NrLw.

ON THE INSTITUTE FOR SOIL HEALTH
The Soil Health Institute is a global non-profit organization with a mission to safeguard and improve soil vitality and productivity through scientific research and advancement. We bring together soil health science and industry leaders to help farmers, ranchers and landowners adopt soil health systems that build drought resilience, stabilize yields and benefit their profits. The Institute’s team of scientists, holding PhDs in various soil sciences and related disciplines, have developed highly effective soil health goals and standardized measurements to quantify progress in achieving regenerative and sustainable agricultural systems and drive fields to the vanguard of carbon sequestration and decoding of the soil microbiome. Healthy soils 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 achieve large-scale production and environmental goals. Visit soilhealthinstitute.org to learn more and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitterand Facebook.

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Information on the Institute for Soil Health
The Soil Health Institute is a global non-profit organization with a mission to safeguard and improve soil vitality and productivity through scientific research and advancement. We bring together soil health science and industry leaders to help farmers, ranchers and landowners adopt soil health systems that build drought resilience, stabilize yields and benefit their profits.

The Institute’s team of scientists, holding PhDs in various soil sciences and related disciplines, have developed highly effective soil health goals and standardized measurements to quantify progress in achieving regenerative and sustainable agricultural systems and drive fields to the vanguard of carbon sequestration and decoding of the soil microbiome.

Healthy soils 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 achieve large-scale production and environmental goals.

Visit soilhealthinstitute.org to learn more and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitterand Facebook.

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