Thanks to a grant from the Ohio Department of Agriculture, we were recently able to purchase some tools that we can use to evaluate soil health on our Seneca County Farms. Now, we want to help you bring the topic of soil health to your classroom! Ideally, when learning about soil health, students will get their hands dirty outside in the soil, but this isn’t always possible. So, I have put together a list of a few websites with information on some great indoor activities for you and your students!  Check out the websites and our Pinterest board to start exploring how you can get your students’ hands on healthy soil!

Bret teaching Lakota students about soil health by looking at soil samples.

I am also available to come to your classrooms and do a program for your students! Contact me via email kmoore@conservesenecacounty.com or at the office (419) 447-7073 if you are interested!

About Kayla Moore

I have always been interested in how the different components of a system interact and affect one another. Being from a rural area and recognizing the importance of farming and the soil I was drawn to the idea of working with people who were involved in agriculture, conservation, and solving the problems in the lake. I like learning about and being involved in the many different aspects of conservation and getting to know the people of Seneca County.

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