Healthy soil is the foundation of productive, sustainable agriculture.
Managing for soil health allows producers to work with the land – not against – to reduce erosion, improve nutrient cycling, save money on inputs, and ultimately improve the resiliency of their working land.
Whether you raise corn in Alabama, beef cattle in Wyoming, or something in between, Farmers.gov is here to help you build the health of your soils and strengthen your operation. Learn here about the principles of soil health and usable best practices. Then visit your local USDA service center where we can help you develop a management plan that supports your goals. Learn more at www.farmers.gov/conserve/soil-health.