National Soil Health Day started in 2019 after a 2008 bi-partisan resolution to celebrate soil health and soil health professionals led to little action and change. Acres U.S.A. is working to take this resolution to a local level and to foster positive action to protect our soil and education on the importance of sound soil management.

This year, to celebrate National Soil Health Day and all those who care for our earth, we are hosting a video contest, “The Dirt on Soil: What Does Soil Health Mean to You?”.

To participate, send in a short video—thirty seconds or less—telling us what soil health means to you. Find the details and submit your video here:

All contestants have a chance of winning a free registration to the annual Eco-Ag Conference this December! Submissions are accepted until June 1st, so be sure to get yours in as soon as possible to qualify!

Enter “The Dirt on Soil” contest now!