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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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.
- Soils and your Thanksgiving meal
- Filling intercropping info gap
- Easing the soil’s temperature
- How do septic systems work?
- The fingerprints of coastal carbon sinks
- Living mulch builds profits, soil
- Are there really glow-in-the-dark soil organisms?
- Grazing horses on better pastures
- Mineral content of soils key to physical and chemical behavior
- Impact of extreme winter weather on hardwood forests
- Soil amendments for healthier spinach
- Sustainable soils for sustainable cities
- Why is my basement wall cracked?
- Nematodes as indicators of soil health
- Constructed wetlands influence the Everglades
- Removing nitrate for healthier ecosystems
- Treating citrus greening with copper: Effects on trees, soils
- Legume crops good for soil fertility, smallholder farmers
- Overcoming obstacles to measure nitrous oxide emissions
- Restoring wetlands and our environment
- Breaking legume’s crop wild relative barrier
- Researching the impact of natural gas drilling
- Effects of changing tillage practices on sugar beets presented
- How can I prevent erosion and runoff in my yard?
- Advancing a shared goal for farmers and conservation
- Plant breeding in the 21st century
- Helping Chinese farmers tackle erosion, increase profits
- Carbon cycling in forest soils research presented
- Helping plants adapt to climate change
- Alaska’s climate, soils, highlighted at meeting
- Beyond herbicides in the agricultural landscape
- Towards a climate-smart Mississippi basin
- Sustainability, nutrient management, soil health focus of symposium
- What are Alaska’s soils telling us?
- On the frontlines of climate change
- Spectroscopy: Simple solution for soil sample
- Partnering with soil microbes essential to plant and animal life
- Woteki to speak on global food security: building the needed research
- Closing the agricultural nutrient gap worldwide
- Progress with tropical maize yields highlighted for lectureship
- Peas that like it hot
- Soil microbes persist through National Mall facelift
- When does rock become soil?
- Biochar shows benefits as manure lagoon cover
- Alkaline soil, sensible sensor
- Do plants and soil really ‘talk’?
- Adjusting fertilizers vital in claypan soils
- Kidney beans with better roots, better yield
- Why should I stay on the trail while using motorized vehicles in parks?
- Online climate data benefits producers
- How can I fix my falling retaining wall?
- Winter cover crop good for soil, cows, profit
- Calculating ‘old’ and ‘new’ water runoff
- No mercury accumulation in fish after fire
- How do retaining walls work?
- Promising peas’ potential in Big Sky Country
- Waste not, want not
- How do the “three sisters” plants work together?
- Mining for answers on abandoned mines
- Where you grow what you grow
- When birds of a feather poop together
- What can I tell by looking at—and touching—my soil?
- Thirsty seeds reach for medicine cabinet
- Doctoring the soil
- Why is my soil so compacted?
- Corn with a cover of grass
- A better way to manage phosphorus?
- Is white beach sand really sand?
- Advocating for ant antics
- Agronomy Feeds the World Videos created
- Cover, crimp, cultivate?
- Sleeping soils get a wake up call
- Steering towards grazing fields
- Making “mulch” ado of ant hills
- How do forests recover from fire?
- Wildly stronger sunflowers
- Best of the Ag “Boots on the Ground”!
- Cultivating a city
- Snowpack water hack
- Magic cover crop carpet?
- 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
- Certified Soil Technician certification announced
- 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