Welcome to the newsroom of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA), an international scientific society whose more than 6,000 members are dedicated to advancing the field of soil science and fostering the transfer of knowledge and practices to sustain global soils. Founded in 1936, SSSA proudly celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2011.
SSSA is also part of the Alliance of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science Societies (ACSESS): a nonprofit organization providing management and administrative, support services to founding members, the American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and SSSA. The headquarters office for these three international societies is located in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
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Search our Journals
SSSA publishes five world-class scientific journals, which can be searched separately at the links below. Or search all of our journal content at once through the ACSESS Digital Library.
- Soil Science Society of America Journal
- Journal of Environmental Quality
- Natural Sciences Education
- Soil Horizons
- Vadose Zone Journal
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Attend our Meetings
Members of the media are invited to attend the ASA, CSSA, SSSA International Annual Meetings, which attract thousands of scientists, students, educators and professionals from around the world and feature hundreds of presentations on the latest research in agronomy, crop science and soil science.
Complimentary registration can be extended to credentialed journalists, public information officers, and National Association of Science Writers members. Learn more at https://www.acsmeetings.org/newsroom, or contact Susan Fisk: 608-273-8091 FAX: 608-273-8091, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cultivating cool-for-cash-crops
- Snow and soil in cooperation
- Popping potential of sorghum
- Grow, mow, mulch: finding lawn’s value
- Earth, wind…and sand dunes
- Scientific Societies send “scientific integrity” letter to President Trump
- Floating towards water treatment
- Mighty river, mighty filter
- Thumbs up for Downer
- Changing climate changes soils
- When a mysterious chemical leaks
- Putting sidewalks on low-sodium diet
- Hard-working soil provides year-round gifts
- Rain out, research in
- Critical zone, critical research
- Building from the ground up
- The economy of cold soil blues
- Writing an equation for soil success
- Students, teachers invited to “Grow With It!”
- Matchmaking for coffee?
- Pilgrims and soil: what’s the connection?
- Shedding a light on contaminants
- Beware of radon risk
- Nutrition information…for cows?
- Agronomy, crops and soils lectures live streamed
- Soil moisture for crop health topic of symposium
- Digging into Florida
- USAID food security program in review
- Getting maximum profit, minimal pollution
- Symposium to discuss crops grown in semiarid regions
- Sustainable intensification research topic of agronomy symposium
- Symposium promotes versatile, vital pulse crops
- Tidy farms, healthy streams
- Desert, city overlap explored in Phoenix
- Soil: more than meets the eye
- One Health environmental program topic of symposium
- Solution blooming for fracking spills?
- Multi-disciplinary innovation for fiber topic of symposium
- Counting carbon on the farm topic of symposium
- Space agriculture topic of symposium
- Intercropping: Intersection of soil health, production
- Novel crops topic of symposium
- Lecture to discuss ag innovations in arid regions
- Organic panic: finding the right combination
- Symposium addresses the science of the rhizosphere
- Symposium to address measurements important for water-limited agricultural systems
- Soils and landscapes of the Southwestern United States topic of symposium
- Taking advantage of plants’ little fungal helpers
- The relationship between soil color and climate
- Cowpeas are the answer. What’s the question?
- Meeting theme: Resilience emerging from scarcity and abundance
- Winter pulse, spring harvest
- What “cover crops” could home gardeners consider in the fall?
- Hashtags, turf, and classrooms
- Trading farmland for nitrogen protection
- Why do soils need amending?
- Water resilience that flows
- More for less in pastures
- The power of scientific meetings
- How are beaches restored?
- Upstream trenches, downstream nitrogen
- Agroforestry helps farmers branch out
- When a beach is more than a beach
- A “Fitbit” for plants?
- Keeping urban rainwater out of streams
- Rethinking stink about antibiotics in manure
- Helping satellites be right as rain
- Using biosolids to fix cities
- Peas and prosperity
- Following tricky triclosan
- City of second chance soils
- How does water move through soil?
- From broken to teaming with life
- New book on biochar published
- Keeping a pulse on the soil
- The master variable of soil science: pH
- Soil Science Society of America Wins 2016 Gold Circle Award for Excellence in Association Communications from ASAE
- Quilting with soil
- Bringing nitrogen out to pasture
- Soil microbes, soil health and nutrient availability
- Downwind safety on the farm
- Kirkham Gold Medal Honors Soil Scientist van Genuchten
- Cool beans: beneficial faba braves a freeze
- Planting your new purchases
- Laser reveals water’s secret life in soil
- Celebrate Soy Foods Month with Coolbean
- Digging a proper hole in the soil
- Lummis presented with 2016 SSSA Excellence Award
- Modeling to save a rare plant
- Consider an organic approach to your lawn
- Battling the blight
- Journal publishes special section on antibiotics in agroecosystems
- Reduce, reuse, recycle: safe for water?
- From dead leaves to rich soil