Bringing soil health back to Oklahoma
Soil health is the key to future food security and bringing our ecosystems into balance. Simple modifications to the way we use the land can save water and energy, increase land value, and reduce pollution.
Oklahoma's soil health partnership, a collection of agencies, higher learning institutions, non-profits, and private companies, is pooling resources to ensure every Oklahoman has access to the soil health resources essential to our future. From videos and research materials to on-farm demonstrations and tours, there's something for everyone. Learn more at our Soil Health Hub!
The Oklahoma Conservation Commission and conservation districts accomplish conservation of renewable natural resources through soil and water conservation, landuse planning, small watershed upstream flood control, abandoned mine land reclamation, water quality monitoring, environmental education, and wetlands conservation.
2800 N. Lincoln Blvd., Suite 160
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
PHONE (405) 521-2384 / FAX (405) 521-6686