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Farm Journal Request for High-Res Images for Soil Health Improvement Workbook


Farm Journal is building a soil health improvement workbook in partnership with NRCS & a variety of leaders in agribusiness, farmer associations, food companies & NGOs and are looking for high-resolution images (with credit to the providing organization(s)/institutions) of:

  • Soil infiltration test (each step of the process illustrated)
  • Water mitigation table (each step)
  • At-home rainfall simulator (each step)
  • Any other at-home soil tests farmers can perform to assess specific facets of soil health (each step)

If you need more information or have questions, or have anything you are able to submit - please contact:

Nate Birt,

The deadline for this request is EOB, October 1st, 2020. 

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