Communities drive action; they are the lifeblood of change.
More often than not, communities interface with action on the ground and meaningful change. With around 1000 members, Soil Science Australia is involved with many communities either directly, or through our member’s interests.
We have branches in all states, and members throughout Australia. From some of the most remote towns, through to the big cities, we want to provide the skills we have to aid the community in furthering the understanding of our soils and their contribution to society. Running an event; want a soil scientist there? We can help.
Soil Science Australia wants to work with you, and you with us, in building thriving special interest groups and communities. Please, take advantage of our resources and get in touch.
The state soil for the Northern Territory is the Kandosol. (We know the Territory isn’t a state but they have their own soil anyway.) Kandosols are even-textured earthy soils and are the most widespread soil across NT. They are used for tropical horticulture, forestry, dryland and irrigated cropping and intensive pastoralism. #statesoils #northernterritory #soilscienceaustralia #soilscience