Investing in soil health means investing in a farm's future. Soil health is one of the most important issues in Pennsylvania agriculture, and it is especially important in Clearfield County. Farm soils have been degraded as a result of long term tillage practices that have lowered productivity and increased environmental impacts.
Clearfield CCD is committed to improving the soils of Clearfield County by promoting practices such as no-till farming, cover crops, and rotational grazing. Find out more information below!
Improves soil health by improving the soil biology
Improves soil structure and increases water infiltration and holding capacity
Reduces yield variability on extremely wet or dry years, and protects soil from erosion