The Field Indicators for Identifying Hydric Soils in New England- Version 4, April 2019, New England Hydric Soils Technical Committee has been updated and is available for review and download here on the […]
The Society of Soil Scientists of Northern New England Summer Meeting will be held on August 22, 2019 at the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests- Conservation Center located at 54 Portsmouth […]
SSSNNE once again was a financial sponsor of the Maine State Envirothon. At the State Competition on May 31st the Spruce Mt teams took 1st and 2nd place with the Belfast High School […]
This serves as an Advanced Notice of the Hydric Soil Indicator TA6 Mesic Spodic being approved as A17 by the National Technical Committee for Hydric Soils. Based on communications between […]
The official Field Book for Describing and Sampling Soils Version 3 – National Soil Survey Center/NRCS publication (2012) is available for download for free at the following link: https://nrcspad.sc.egov.usda.gov/DistributionCenter/product.aspx?ProductID=991 .
The Spruce Mountain High School Envirothon team was able to represent Maine at the 2018 National Conservation Foundation (NCF) North American Envirothon in Pocatello, Idaho. The group from Jay, Maine […]
The SSSNNE now has available for purchase hard copies of the “Field Companion” for publication “Field Indicators for Identifying Hydric Soils in New England- Version 4, June 2018, New England […]
The NH Soils Matter Conference was held on April 4, 2018 in Concord, NH. A summary of the conference is provided here NH Soils Matter Conference- April 4, 2018 .
At long last the SSSNNE Special Publications No. 1- High Intensity Soil Mapping Standards for New Hampshire and No. 3- Site Specific Soil Mapping Standards for New Hampshire and Vermont […]
Properties and Distribution of Spodosols Webinar is now available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/nrcsnssc This webinar presents the results of research funded by the National Soil Survey Center (NSSC) to (1) investigate […]