Riverside FFA members learn to evaluate soil


The Riverside FFA agriculture soils team members are Alex Cruz, Brendan Duff, Simon Godwin, Kaleb Schindwolf and Shelby Nicholl.

The Riverside FFA agriculture soils team members are Alex Cruz, Brendan Duff, Simon Godwin, Kaleb Schindwolf and Shelby Nicholl.


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The Riverside FFA urban soils team members are Cody Roach, Dora Bryant, Faith Roth, Shelby Nicholl and Meghan Orr.


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DEGRAFF— This year the Riverside FFA Chapter hosted the District 6 soils contest held at Knief Farms. There were 22 schools and over 260 students that participated in this event.

The Riverside FFA chapter had one team evaluate soils for farming use and implement best management practices for each soil pit. The second team judged the soil for urban uses, this would include judging soil to determine the best managed practices for septic systems, roads, lawns, lawns and gardens, constructing buildings and basements.

The Urban and Agriculture teams both teams place eighth overall at districts

The Riverside FFA agriculture soils team members are Alex Cruz, Brendan Duff, Simon Godwin, Kaleb Schindwolf and Shelby Nicholl.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_Ag-Soils.jpgThe Riverside FFA agriculture soils team members are Alex Cruz, Brendan Duff, Simon Godwin, Kaleb Schindwolf and Shelby Nicholl. Courtesy photo

The Riverside FFA urban soils team members are Cody Roach, Dora Bryant, Faith Roth, Shelby Nicholl and Meghan Orr.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_urban-soils.jpgThe Riverside FFA urban soils team members are Cody Roach, Dora Bryant, Faith Roth, Shelby Nicholl and Meghan Orr. Courtesy photo