In accordance with the International Year of Soils 2015, the theme for the 2015 National Horticulture Day was “Soil – building a productive, food secure Namibia from the ground up” and efforts with producers for the year will be focused on the improvement of soils, their management, health and value...
Event co-sponsored by the Permanent Representative of Guatemala will showcase the connection between soils and coffee production.
Fifteen questions to celebrate the 2015 International Year of Soils. Dig into this quiz to test your knowledge about soils. No cheating!
Soils store and filter water improving food security and our resilience to floods and droughts.
Scientists from around the world today called for greater action on the protection of soils – a complex mix of minerals, organic matter, gases, liquids, and the other organisms vital for our survival.
The Somalia Water and Land Information Management project, is an information management program that aims to provide high quality water and land information
An example of how sustainable soil management can deliver results
Agroecology, which restores ecosystem functioning by maintaining soil health, is an effective strategy to achieve food security in the areas of the world where it is most needed.
On the evening of 22 July 2015, on the top floor of Eataly’s marketplace in Rome, representatives from Eataly, the Permanent Representation of Peru, and FAO collectively illustrated the importance of healthy soils to quinoa production.
FAO partnership launches series of educational materials on the critical role of healthy soils
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