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Welcome to CTIC's

Farmers for Soil Health Program

At the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC), we are proud partners in the Farmers for Soil Health Program, a collaborative effort initiated by the National Corn Growers Association, United Soybean Board, and the National Pork Board. Our mission is to drive positive change in agriculture, one field at a time.

About Farmers for Soil Health
Farmers for Soil Health (FSH) is a farmer-driven sustainability program designed to enhance soil health and promote the adoption of cover crops. With a bold vision of expanding cover crops to 30 million acres by 2030, FSH is at the forefront of sustainable agriculture practices.
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Our Role
CTIC plays a vital role in this program by providing outreach and technical assistance to farmers in South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Our dedicated, full-time Soil Health Specialists work one-on-one with farmers and their advisors. We understand the unique needs of each operation and support farmers in adopting or expanding their use of cover crops.

Our Commitment
Our goal is clear: to enroll 500 farmers, representing 87,000 acres, into the Farmers for Soil Health program. We are committed to empowering farmers to make sustainable choices that benefit both their operations and the environment.

Contact Us

Interested in learning more about Farmers for Soil Health? Contact your state's Soil Health Specialist. 

In a different state? Find your contact HERE

Catie Geib, WI



Julia Gerlach, SD



Dan Coffman, MN


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Power of Partnership
Together with partners such as the American Soybean Association, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) National Association of Conservation Districts, Soil Health Institute, and more, Farmers for Soil Health is poised to make a significant impact on agriculture. Our commitment to keeping farmers' goals at the center of our mission drives us forward.