Soil Science Society of America Webinars


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Registration for the webinars includes access to the live webinar and a link to a recording of the webinar.
The recording link will be emailed to you and will be available approximately one week from the scheduled date.
This link will be valid for 30 days and can only be used by the registrant.

 

Webinars are delivered via GoToMeeting. Click on the webinar series title below to receive more information.
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Questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy at 608-268-4947 or by email.

 

Dust in the Wind
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Starts at 1:30 pm Eastern/12:30 pm Central/11:30 am Mountain/10:30 am Pacific

Dust – BAD! Blowing – BAD! BMPs you can use this fall to protect the land next spring to keep your soil on the field and not “in the wind”.  The webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC.  If you are interested in this webinar, please contact Michele Lovejoy.

The webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC. Cost for the webinar is $25.00 for members and certified professionals and $40.00 for non-members.  Register now!

 

Upcoming Webinars - Dates subject to change

To Test or Not to test, That is the Question Webinar series
Thursdays, October 1, 8 and 15, 2015
Starts at 12:30 pm Eastern/11:30 am Central/10:30 am Mountain/9:30 am Pacific

This webinar series will give you the low-down on Soil Sampling, Testing, and nutrient recommendations.  Each webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Nutrient Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC.  If you are interested in this series, please contact Michele Lovejoy.

Are you dryland or rainfed? webinar series
Thursdays, October 22 and 29, 2015
Starts at 1:30 pm Eastern/12:30 pm Central/11:30 am Mountain/10:30 am Pacific

Is there a difference between rainfed and dryland production? Is there a line? Can you see it? This series will examine the unique challenges of regions where producing an annual crop on growing season precipitation is not always possible and in which water conservation becomes the primary focus of all management decision.  Each webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC.  If you are interested in this series, please contact Michele Lovejoy.

Evapotranspiration - Mysteries Revealed? Webinar Series
Thursdays, november 5 and 12, 2015
Starts at 1:30 pm Eastern/12:30 pm Central/11:30 am Mountain/10:30 am Pacific

Evapotranspiration is used in the water balance method of irrigation scheduling. But for many, ET numbers just spring out of a black box. This webinar series will examine the primary methods used to estimate evapotranspiration, and how those values are used to predict crop water use.  Each webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC.  If you are interested in this series, please contact Michele Lovejoy.

Gypsum: Fact, fiction and NRCS Guidelines webinar series
Thursdays, December 3, 10 and 17, 2015
Starts at 1:30 pm Eastern/12:30 pm Central/11:30 am Mountain/10:30 am Pacific

With the availability of gypsum as a by-product of coal-fired electricity production, some are exploring its potential benefits beyond remediation of sodic soils. This webinar series will look at research results from on and off the farm, and close with a look at the new NRCS Guidelines for gypsum.  Each webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC.  If you are interested in this series, please contact Michele Lovejoy.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy, e-mail: mlovejoy@sciencesocieties.org or phone: 608-268-4947.

 

Suggestions for online educational topics?  Please let us know what they are by contacting Luther Smith, Director of Certification and Licensing Programs.

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