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The CARA Soil Health Lab shares staffing resources with Chinook Applied Research Association
With the current Covid-19 situation, the CARA Soil Health Lab is working at limited staff capacity to align with social distancing guidelines and with new Covid-19 protocols. With these new protocols and social distancing guidelines, the soil processing procedures are delayed. With processing procedures being delayed it will result in final reports being delayed.
The CARA staff & Board members have decided to close the Soil Health Lab for pedestrian traffic in order to align with what is promoted to prevent the potential spreading of the Covid 19 virus.
Please contact Dr. Yamily Zavala at email@example.com with any questions or before you submit a sample for testing for the time being.
UNDERSTAND WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE SOILS WITH A SOIL HEALTH BENCHMARK
Let us help you to understand what is affecting the health of your soils
CARA’s Soil Health Lab helps to get access to measure biological and physical soil assessments, to understand what is affecting your soil health while improving its qualities based on localized and site-specific constraints.
HOW TO GET STARTED
1. Download the CARA SHL Protocol to take Soil Health Samples
2. Download Forms (Submission form & Infield Data)
3. Mail us your Soil Samples with both Forms
Contributors that made our Soil Lab Possible
Management Alternatives for Soil Health
Please join us in Oyen, AB for a CARASHL Soil Health Mini-Conference on March 22 2023. Presentations in the morning will be from the Scientists Perspective focused on understanding the processes and functions of soil health. In the afternoon there will be presentations from the Farmers Perspective. Producers will be discussing how to improve soil health at the farm-level.