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June: Soil Supports Recreation (IYS video from SSSA)
Register Here for the 2015 Summer Soil ID Course

Register Here for the 2015 Summer Soil ID Course

Click HERE to read more information about this year’s Summer Soil ID Course in the Lower Fraser Valley. Remember to click “Submit” when you have finished recording your answers in the form. Registration ends on Monday, May 11th! Loading…

2015 Summer Soil ID Course Announced!
Job Posting: Research Geomorphologist in Nelson, BC

Job Posting: Research Geomorphologist in Nelson, BC

Research Geomorphologist, Nelson BC Salary: $59,510.74 – $74,328.68 annually As the Research Geomorphologist, you are the scientific advisor in the field of natural resource management, who conducts applied research to support science-based decision-making and provides expert professional advice relating to geomorphology.  This position identifies needs, conducts research, and prepares extension materials related to landslide investigations, […]

Volunteer Position: Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust
#IYS2015: How to Get Involved and What You Can Do for the Soil

Job Posting: Terrestrial Effects Scientist in Toronto

The Canadian Society of Agronomy has a job opening for a terrestrial effects scientist in Toronto. Read their description below for more information: Terrestrial Effects Scientist We have an unique opportunity for an innovative environmental professional to provide scientific expertise and leadership in the design, conduct and interpretation of vegetation and soil surveys, monitoring programs […]

Job Opening: Assistant Professor in Contaminated Site Assessment and Remediation, University of Saskatchewan
Registration Closes March 21st for the Spring Workshop and AGM!
Soil Celebration: 2015 Year of Soil (Free event at UBC Botanic Garden, March 5 at 5:30 pm)

Soil Celebration: 2015 Year of Soil (Free event at UBC Botanic Garden, March 5 at 5:30 pm)

2015 UN International Year of Soils: Sustainability, Climate Change & Society   Kicking off their 2015 workshop series, the UBC Botanical Garden invites you to learn about safe soils in the City, the importance of soil to food security in BC and how soils are sequestering carbon and mitigating climate change. Thursday March 5 5:30 […]