The Soil Health Institute (SHI) today released a new issue of Soil Health News, which:
- Summarizes the Core Values of the Institute;
- announces a new journal article, “Introducing the North American Project to Evaluate Soil Health Measurements,” which describes the rationale, approach, and methods used in SHI’s continental-scale, collaborative soil health research project;
- updates information on SHI’s two-pronged approach for assessing the business case that integrates economic results from long-term agricultural research sites with farmer interviews to provide greater insight into the returns of soil health management systems;
- highlights cotton farmers’ experiences with soil health management systems in Arkansas; and
- outlines improvements to SHI’s Soil Health Research Landscape Tool, the online library and search engine of soil health-related research papers, reports, and other publications, which now includes more than 13,000 references to help scientists, industry leaders, producers, policy makers and anyone interested in soil health locate pertinent research articles.
Read the newsletter here.