||University of Arizona
||Ph.D. in soil science or related field with application to soil health.
|Soil Health Scientist-NRS4
||Washington State Department of Agriculture
||Bachelor’s degree in soil science, soil chemistry, geochemistry, agronomy, plant sciences, soil health and/or natural sciences.
|Postdoc in soil microbial ecology and sustainability
||Michigan State’s Kellogg Biological Station
||Experienced in DNA and RNA extraction, amplicon sequencing, bioinformatic skills, soil sampling, and soil biological and chemical assays.
|Research Associate-Precision Agriculture/ Conservation Specialist
||Mississippi State University
||A Bachelor’s degree in precision agriculture, agronomy, or natural resource-related field (wildlife ecology, environmental science, geography).
|Agricultural Conservation Specialist
||North Jersey RC&D
||Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Agriculture, Environmental Resource Management, or similar degree and a minimum of 3 years experience in an agricultural-related position.
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