CT Agriculture Experiment Station- Office hours and phone access is Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. There is no fee for State of Connecticut residents. You may drop off soil samples Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. We are closed on state holidays.

USDA NRCS Soil Program- NRCS offers technical and financial assistance to help producers plan and implement conservation practices that prevent soil erosion and degradation and improve soil health.

UConn Soil Nutrient Analysis Lab- The Soil Nutrient Analysis Laboratory has three major objectives. First is to provide an inexpensive means for agricultural producers, homeowners and gardeners to test their soil fertility and receive environmentally sound limestone and fertilizer recommendations. The second major focus of the Laboratory is education. Through our analyses as well as outreach efforts, clients and the public are being informed about wise soil management and fertility practices.

CT RC&D Soil Health Initative - CT RC&D hosts workshops, educational events, and pilot programs in partnership with USDA NRCS staff, who provide valued expertise and instruction to attendees. Events are held around the state, typically on working farms and are highly attended by agricultural producers, non-profit, federal, and university staff.

CT NOFA Soil Health Program- This project supports the development of a learning community of northeast organic farmers who are integrating reduced and no-till methods currently on their farms, maps out what they are already doing and how it is working, defines what it currently means to be reduced/no-till in the northeast right now, and encourages further innovation, development, and education around these techniques to the wider farming community. The ultimate focus and goal of our investigation is to refine and educate about organic tillage reduction methods.