"What Soil Means in My World" Wins V...

"What Soil Means in My World" Wins Video Contest

"What Soil Means in My World" Wins Video Contest

The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) 75th Anniversary Committee offered the "What Soil Means in My World" Video Contest in honor of the SSSA 75th Anniversary in 2011. The overall winner was "Soil: Our Nation’s Greatest Natural Resource," by NCR-SARE Farmer Rancher Grant recipient, Elizabeth Sarno.

The winning videos exemplifed how soil is used or viewed in global issues (climate change, health, economic, sociality), the impact of soil on local to world events, and soil as a natural/ecological/environmental resource.

The videos were judged on: 1) Content Clarity; 2) Message; 3) Creativity/Memorable; 4) Accuracy; 5) Production


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