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.
The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) is pleased to announce Kristin Poley as the Michigan Research Manager. Poley will be in a joint research position with the Corn Marketing Program of Michigan (CMPM), The Nature Conservancy in Michigan, and SHP with the primary responsibility to build research partnerships to answer key soil health and water quality questions.
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.
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 on millions of acres of farmland by 2024.
The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) has been fostering transformation in agriculture through improved soil health since 2014. This year, SHP celebrates its fifth anniversary and the foundational collaborations that developed the program.
To better enable the Soil Health Partnership (SHP) to fully leverage its unique data set, SHP established Data Supporters as a new sponsorship level. The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) recently joined this group of SHP supporters, providing funds to analyze data collected from our partner farms.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) Executive Director, Dr. Shefali Mehta testified today at a House Agriculture, Subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry hearing in support of investment in soil health practices.
The Soil Health Partnership (SHP)’s objective is to measure and communicate the economic and environmental benefits of different soil management strategies, and provide a set of regionally-specific, data‑driven recommendations to farmers. Partnerships with other data-driven organizations can help fully realize that goal, which is why SHP is joining the Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (ESMC) in order to advance the development of a market-based approach to promoting land stewardship and to create a market for farmers to benefit from the practices they implement on their land.
To enable the Soil Health Partnership to fully leverage its unique data set, SHP established Data Supporters as a new sponsorship level. Iowa Corn Promotion Board® (ICPB) is the first organization to earn the title.