Soil Topics from the Northwest Hub Region
Northwest Cover Crops for Climate Resilience
Cover crops can make farms more resilient to the impacts of climate change by enhancing soil health and water quality.
Northwest No-Till Farming for Climate Resilience
No-till farming keeps crop residues on farmland, protects soil, and limits the release of greenhouse gases.
Building Water Resilience in the Northwest Through Soil Management
Information and technical and financial resources on how to avoid and cope with current and expected changes to water resources and soil health.
Dry Farming Techniques in the Maritime Pacific Northwest
Dry farming is a technique for some producers to adapt and diversify operations in response to changes in water availability.
Soil Health Management to Reduce Climate and Weather Risks in the Northwest
Management actions that can be taken to promote soil health.
Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon that is made when organic waste material or biomass is partially combusted in the presence of limited oxygen. Here is a brief description of biochar and…