• YouTube Soil health

    NCAT Releases 19 Soil Health Innovations Videos

    The National Center for Appropriate Technology has released a series of 19 videos from its inaugural Soil Health Innovations Conference. The presentations feature nationally recognized experts and innovative farmers from around the U.S. who share the latest in soil science, best practices in soil management, and the emerging technologies that will drive the future of […]

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  • Survey: Help Us Build a Website that Works for You

    Building on a successful peer-to-peer network of ranchers who are implementing innovative grazing techniques to improve soil health and increase profitability, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is scaling up its Soil for Water project and we need your input. The Soil for Water project is all about supporting and connecting producers who are […]

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  • Veseth Ranch

    ‘Soil for Water’ Regenerative Agriculture Project Expands to Montana

    Building on a successful peer-to-peer network of Texas ranchers who are implementing innovative grazing techniques to improve soil health and increase profitability, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is scaling up its Soil for Water project to support livestock producers and farmers across seven southern states and Montana. The Soil for Water project grew […]

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  • Monitoring with the Eubanks family

    Combating the Megadrought with ‘Soil for Water’

    The soil that covers 93 million acres of sprawling Texas rangeland holds a remarkable story. It’s a tale of opportunity and ruin. At its best, the soil beneath our feet is the source of life, food, and economic security. At its worst, that same soil can crumble ranchers’ livelihoods and put at risk our local food systems and entire communities.

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  • ABQ Journal

    Albuquerque Journal: Water-focused soil project expands to NM

    New Mexico is among seven states where the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s Soil for Water project is expanding this summer. The Albuquerque Journal spoke with one of project’s Texas participants, rancher Maggie Eubank, who said soil, plants and water are just as important as the livestock on the land they manage. “In this area […]

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  • Monitoring in Texas

    Innovative ‘Soil for Water’ Regenerative Agriculture Project Expands to 7 States

    Building on a successful peer-to-peer network of Texas ranchers who are implementing innovative grazing techniques to improve soil health and increase profitability, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is scaling up its Soil for Water project to support livestock producers and farmers across seven southern states. The Soil for Water project grew out of […]

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