An acre of healthy soil can hold hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. How would we go about capturing the full water conservation potential of healthy soil? And to what extent can the “soil sponge” help us reduce drought impacts and cope with climate change?
In this webinar Mike Morris and Kara Kroeger of NCAT (the National Center for Appropriate Technology) will explain how their Soil for Water project is building a peer-to-peer network of innovative farmers and ranchers who are bringing degraded soils back to life and discovering ways to catch and store more water in their soils.
This webinar is intended for resource managers, agency professionals, NGOs, farmers, ranchers, and other interested in soil and water conservation.
Hosted by the Southwest Drought Learning Network
This webinar will be recorded, but we encourage you to attend the live event so that you can ask questions of the presenters.