Washington Soil Health Initiative

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The Washington Soil Health Initiative, or WaSHI, is a partnership among the Washington State Conservation Commission, the Washington State Department of Agriculture, and Washington State University, working together to establish a coordinated approach to healthy soil in Washington. Through science-based technical assistance, policy support, research, outreach, education, and funding opportunities, WaSHI offers a win-win-win opportunity for farmers, the environment, and the people of Washington.



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Making Soils Data Actionable Webinar
More soil tests and data are available to farmers than ever. While this can be empowering, it can also be confusing. New information on soil chemistry, biology, and physics can sometimes be difficult to translate into action. In this webinar series, we highlight projects across Washington that are using soil data to inform real, on-farm management decisions. If you’ve been hit with soil data overload, this is the series for you. Farmers, agricultural advisors, extension staff, and decision makers are welcome. Come hear about how to take action on soil data, learn about available resources, and meet other Washington soil enthusiasts. Chemical Adam Peterson, Senior GIS and Science Specialist, Thurston Conservation District. Biological Lindsey du Toit, Professor and Chair, Department of Plant Pathology, Washington State University. Physical Troy Peters, Professor, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Washington State University. Special Topic for R Users: Soil Health Report Generator Jadey Ryan, Data Scientist, Washington State Department of Agriculture
3/13/2024 7:00 PM