Soil Health Matters
Just in time for Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts’ Area Meetings featuring soil health, this NRCS Science of Soil Health series on YouTube digs up the dirt on traditional growing wisdom and demonstrates that the healthiest soils are undisturbed soils. As a member of the Oklahoma Soil Health Partnership, we and our partners are embracing, teaching, growing, and researching the principles of soil health to conserve and protect our food, air and water quality.
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
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