ï»¿Thomas Reinsch, National Leader, World Soil Resources, Soil Science Division, Beltsville, Maryland, is an invited lecturer at the VIII International Seminar of Soil Classification which will be held in Queretaro, Mexico, October 3 – 10.
Thomas Reinsch, National Leader, World Soil Resources, Soil Science Division, Beltsville, Maryland, is an invited speaker at the Honduran Soil Science Society Symposium which will be held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, October 11 – 17.
Isabel Brumley, Grants Management Specialist, Acquisition Division, Washington, D.C. will begin a 90-day TDY with USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service on October 19. Purpose of the TDY is to serve as that agency’s administrative office at the U.S. Embassy in Pacora, Panama.
Thomas Reinsch, National Leader, World Soil Resources, Soil Science Division, Beltsville, Maryland, Cheryl Simmons, Natural Resources Specialist, Central National Technology Support Center, Ft. Worth, Texas, and Michael Kucera, Agronomist, National Soil Survey Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, have been requested by the Foreign Agricultural Service to provide technical assistance for activities under USDA’s “Improving Soil Fertility through Extension” project in Pakistan. Tentative dates of travel are October 24 – Nov. 4.
Carlos Suarez, State Conservationist, Davis, California, has been invited by the Secretariat of Agriculture and Livestock to participate as a speaker and panelist at the First Climate-Smart Technologies in Agriculture Conference. The conference will be held November 8 – 14 in Mexico City.
Jay Fuhrer, Soil Health Specialist, Bismarck, North Dakota, has been invited to give a presentation at the Western Canada Conference on Soil Health. The conference will be held December 8 – 11 in Edmonton, Canada.