This is the MN NRCS equivalent of the Soil Health and Sustainability Training NRCS HNQ-Local-000004.

This training is designed to provide field level conservationists and resource soil scientists with an overall understanding of soil health and sustainability principles to guide them with recommendations for land management. Upon completion of this course participants will be able to evaluate soil health, have an understanding of soil quality/soil health indicators and their relationship to onsite/offsite effects of management; communicate soil health concerns to employees, partners and land managers through conservation technical assistance and planning that complies with national policy; and apply soil health and sustainability principles and conservation technology holistically to supply safe, healthy and abundant food and fiber and sustain ecosystem functions on agricultural lands.

This course has been approved as “NEDC equivalent” and meets the soil health training needs associated with Conservation Planning Certification Requirements.

Subject
Soil
Skill
Soil Erosion Prediction Models
Format
In Person
Source

NRCS & BWSR

Date
-
Time
9am-4pm both days
Training Type
Upcoming Training
Location

Marshall, MN
United States

Notes

Required for Certified Conservation Planner designation.