Credit: 3 PDH Hours
Course Fee: $36.00
This report provides a concise, practical, and scientifically-based overview of the typical conditions of urban soils, and offers recommendations for how such soils can be rehabilitated or reconditioned to support green infrastructure or urban agriculture. Reconditioning methods for improving poor quality soils will vary depending on soil conditions and the intended use of the site. In general, the objective is to restore disturbed urban soils to a condition more consistent with the functions and services of native soils. Sites intended for urban agriculture might need considerable reconditioning to achieve the characteristics needed to grow certain crops, whereas areas intended for recreation (e.g., parks, playgrounds, hiking trails) might need only moderate improvement to allow for vegetation.
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Course Author: EPA
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