What’s Up with MNSHC?
August is typically an active time for MNSHC with the hustle and bustle of field days and community learning. However, as we continue to face a global pandemic, more and […]
Alley Cropping with Perennial Nut Trees
Alley cropping with nut trees can add more economic value to a farm while establishing more roots for soil health. This system can add medium-term value with nut harvests while […]
Protecting SOil With Rain Gardens
Aside from producers, residents can also help to manage stormwater runoff. To do this, consider embellishing landscaping with plants that not only love water, but also can collect and retain […]
When to Plant? That is the Question.
Fall is right around the corner and getting planning done now can save you a headache later this year. There are many options for planting cover crops with timing, species, […]
Using cover crops in your garden
Soil health isn’t just for agricultural fields, our home gardens can see improvements while doing our part to benefit our natural resources! Understanding what covers work well with each crop […]
Babe’s Country – July 2020
Is a clean forest a good forest? Trails to access woodlands to enjoy them, manage, and create fire breaks is a normal and generally low disturbance activity. Clearing away trees, […]
Merch now available!
Want to show others how you talk dirty? Shirts are now available to purchase on our website to talk dirty and get away with it – while providing education about […]
Eric Stelling: Board Member and Farmer Mentor
Eric Stelling (above) I farm with my father and brother in and around Osakis, MN. We currently operate around 1500 acres consisting of corn, beans, alfalfa, and some small grains. […]
Soil your undies challenge is underway!
The Soil Your Undies Challenge is underway, remember to dig up, take a picture, and post on Facebook of how well you soiled your undies for a chance to win […]
Soil Health Stories – July 2020
Things are different than they were a year ago. Meetings and field events have been postponed and cancelled, our methods for sharing and learning have adapted. This is applicable to […]