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Farmer programs, Industry partnerships
Soil Sessions

Soil Health on Rented Farmland

August 27, 2019

Join Randy Dell, Agriculture Strategy Manager with the The Nature Conservancy and Mike Dunn, TNC’s Director of Indiana Freshwater Conservation Programs as they discuss lessons learned from a year of exploration of non-operating landowners and conservation. The Nature Conservancy is a founding member and steering committee member of the Soil Health Partnership. Our organizations collaborate, […]

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Industry partnerships
corn field overview

Soil Health Workshops on Farm Stewardship

August 27, 2019

Two workshops will be held in Missouri in September and October to provide non-operating landowners an opportunity to learn how to maintain profitability and enhance investment for the future. These workshops will take an in-depth look at how to maintain profitability and enhance investment for the future. Topics covered will help landowners understand what can […]

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Industry partnerships
soybeans up close

Bayer: Addressing Environmental Challenges

August 22, 2019

Bayer is proud to be a founding member of the Soil Health Partnership (SHP). We recognize the need and opportunity to gain a better understanding of soil health. SHP allowed for the creation of a farmer-led collaboration that drives the focus on implementing the most impactful projects and practices in operations while achieving positive environmental […]

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Industry partnerships
soil trowel with corn

SHP Partners with GEMS on Data Flow

August 22, 2019

The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) is pleased to announce a partnership with GEMS (Genetics, Environment Management, Socio-Economics) to re-engineer SHP data flow and help with data gap workflow. “SHP looks forward to the partnership growing each year. The first year, we are focused on securely storing and backing up data, connecting to other major data […]

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Farmer programs
Soil with microbes

Saving the Soil

August 20, 2019

Theo Bartman of Rock Valley, Iowa had been utilizing cover crops for two years before deciding it was time to take a deeper plunge. After some research he found the Soil Health Partnership (SHP) and learned about the trials being conducted with cover crops and no-till practices. Not long after, Theo enrolled in the program. […]

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Industry partnerships
corn tassel

The Nature Conservancy: 5 Years with SHP

August 15, 2019

Farmers are the heart of the Soil Health Partnership (SHP) and the heartbeat of our nation. They are not only among our greatest allies in conservation, but they grow the food that nourishes the world. A sustainable food system is potentially one of the most significant ways to ensure a future where both nature and […]

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Farmer programs
combine in soybeans

Soil Health Field Day in Harlan, Indiana

August 13, 2019

The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) is co-hosting a field day in Harlan, Indiana on Wednesday, September 4 to provide farmers an opportunity to learn from their peers and answer tough questions on adopting new soil health practices. Practices that improve soil health are taking on elevated importance as a means to protect topsoil, helping farmers […]

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Industry partnerships
SHP Senate testimony

SHP at Senate Agriculture Committee Briefing

August 12, 2019

Last week, Executive Director, Dr. Shefali Mehta, participated in the Senate briefing, “An Overview of Climate Smart Agriculture and Forestry” that highlighted the agricultural practices farmers are adopting that can help mitigate climate change. Ecosystem Services Market Consortium Executive Director, Debbie Reed, moderated the briefing hosted by the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. […]

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Industry partnerships
Hand with soybean seedling

Resilient Farming Systems and Soil Health

August 8, 2019

The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) identified the importance of learning and demonstrating the impact and value of soil health and nutrient management practices and chose to be a founding partner of the Soil Health Partnership (SHP).  Farmer-led, science-driven, and a focus on taking learning and implementation to scale are priorities to EDF and aligned well […]

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Industry partnerships
shovel in dirt

Global Collaborative Launches OpenTEAM™

August 2, 2019

Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment, together with founding collaborators Stonyfield Organic, the USDA’s LandPKS project and Foundation for Food and Agriculture (FFAR), today announced the launch of OpenTEAM, the first open source technology ecosystem in the world to address soil health and mitigate climate change. OpenTEAM is projected to provide quantitative feedback […]

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