- USDA Natural Resource Conservation District’s video series on soil health.
- Sustainable Soil Management: ATTRA
- Building Soils for Better Crops: Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE)
- Soil Inoculants: University of Georgia
- Managing Disease by Managing Soils: Darin Eastburn, Crop Sciences, University of Illinois
- Managing the Soil to Reduce Insect Pests: Geoff Zehnder, Clemson University
- Soil Management: National Organic Program Regulations: ATTRA
- Soil Quality Publications: Natural Resource Conservation Service
- Web Soil Survey: Web Soil Survey (WSS) provides soil data and information produced by the National Cooperative Soil Survey. It is operated by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and has soil maps and data.
- Soil Testing at the University of Georgia
- Alternative Soil Testing Laboratories, ATTRA
- How to Use a Soil Test, Virginia Association for Biological Farming
- How to Convert an Inorganic Fertilizer Recommendation to an Organic One, University of Georgia
Wayne McLaurin & Walter Reeves
- Use of Tillage in Organic Farming Systems: The Basics: Joel Gruver, Western Illinois University & Michelle Wander, University of Illinois
- Pursuing Conservation Tillage Systems for Organic Crop Production: ATTRA
- Video: Crimping Cover Crop in Georgia
- Cover Crops for Soil Improvement in Horticultural Crops: Alan Ware, The Kerr Center, Inc.
- Cover Crops for Organic Farms: Keith R. Baldwin and Nancy G. Creamer, Center for Environmental Farming Systems
- Managing Cover Crops Profitably: Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE)
- Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) NRCS has field staff that will come to your farm and property at no cost to make suggestions and answer questions about soil and water conservation. The NRCS offer cost share programs to cover 75% to 90% of the costs to implement practices such as cover cropping and nutrient management. Learn more about their programs here, and go to a service center near you to meet with an agent and ask how they can help you on your farm.
- Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission (GSWCC) provides soil and water resource information; education; technical, financial, and planning assistance; and program oversight to locally led soil and water conservation districts, landowners/users, and local, state, and federal governments to maintain, conserve, and wisely use the soil and water resources for all Georgians.
- Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Councils, better known as RC&D, is a unique program that helps people initiate, sponsor, plan and implement projects that will make their communities better places in which to live. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) administers the program for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. NRCS provides a coordinator, and gives other support to each RC&D area. The local councils make each RC&D area unique by defining goals and objectives to meet local needs.