Soil Health/Cover Crops will be presented by Thomas Steger from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service on Wednesday, September 11 at 7:00 P.M. in the Red Wing High School-Courtyard Cafe. The class will cover soil health including discussions on “soil critters”, recognizing healthy soil and the long-term ramifications of poor soil health. Tom will also discuss the use of cover crops, mulch and plant diversity and how they can benefit soil health. Soil glomalin effects on soil aggregation as well as soil stability and water infiltration will be demonstrated.
This class is sponsored by Goodhue County Extension Master Gardeners and Red Wing Community Education. The cost is $5. To register, call Red Wing Community Schools at 385-4565.