The Kansas Soil Well being Alliance, a farmer-led non-profit, has been established as a trusted associate and soil well being useful resource for Kansas farmers.
ESBON, KANSAS, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Kansas Soil Well being Alliance is a recently-formed nonprofit group that has been established to be a trusted associate and useful soil well being useful resource for Kansas growers.
The Kansas Soil Well being Alliance is led by a board of Kansas farmers and ranchers supported by 5 associate organizations. The alliance seeks to advertise the advantages of soil well being rules to Kansas growers, present up-to-date science-based data pertaining to soil well being and educate Kansas growers about system-based soil well being manufacturing strategies.
The Kansas Soil Well being Alliance’s mission is to enhance and defend Kansas soils. The alliance invitations all growers – regardless of the farming operation dimension or present farming and ranching practices – to make the most of sources and study extra about Kansas soil well being efforts and occasions. The alliance may even join skilled Kansas growers who’re working to enhance soil well being with growers new to the trouble.
“We’re excited to work with Kansas farmers and ranchers to supply data and studying occasions centered on constructing extra resilient soils. A resilient soil will assist present a gentle earnings by means of excessive climate occasions.” in keeping with Michael Thompson, Chair of the Kansas Soil Well being Alliance.
The board members of the Kansas Soil Well being Alliance are:
• Michael Thompson, Almena, Kansas
• Brice Custer of Hays, Kansas
• Rock Ormiston of Kismet, Kansas
• Nick Gutterman of Spring Hill, Kansas
• Mary Howell of Frankfort, Kansas
• Cade Rensink of Minneapolis, Kansas
• Lucinda Stuenkel of Palmer, Kansas
The farmer-led, farmer-driven alliance is supported by the Kansas Division of Well being and Surroundings (KDHE), Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition (KGLC), Kansas Soybean, No-till on the Plains and Normal Mills.
For extra details about the alliance, go to the Kansas Soil Well being Alliance at KSsoilhealth.org or contact Jennifer Simmelink, affiliation coordinator, at Jennifer@KSsoilhealth.org.
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