Northwest Forest Soils Council
The Northwest Forest Soils Council (NWFSC) was established in 1949 to tackle management concerns with forest soils. NWFSC is a council of the Western Forestry and Conservation Association.
The council is organized to facilitate exchange of forest soils information and ideas among interested professionals in the Northwest, and encourage a more widespread understanding that soil is the basis for production of forest wealth — timber, forage, water, wildlife, and recreation values.
Oregon State University’s Organic Grower’s Club
The OSU Organic Grower’s Club is an organization for students and community members to practice and learn about organic food production. They hold the best darn Earthday Hoo Haa around. Join them on Earth Day, April 22nd Every year at The Student Farm at OSU Veg Farm. Visit this site to buy a sweet shirt and support the group https://www.etsy.com/shop/SOILStore?ref=shop_sugg
Pacific Regional Society of Soil Science
“The Pacific Regional Society of Soil Science (PRSSS) is a non-governmental, charity organization for professionals, students, and enthusiasts in the field of Soil Science and related land resources management areas. It is a grassroots professional organization with an executive driven by students and supported by a wide range of soil science professionals.”
Oregon Envirothon is a hands on, problem-solving education program and competition that teaches high school students about environmental sciences by immersing them in the ecosystems they study. Oregon Envirothon works in cooperation with local conservation districts, natural resource associations, educators, and environmental agencies to organize and provide mentorship, training, and competition to high school students and their teachers. The mission of Oregon Envirothon is to develop knowledgeable, skilled and dedicated citizens who are willing and prepared to work towards achieving and maintaining a natural balance between the quality of life and the quality of the environment.