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The European Society for Soil Conservation (ESSC) was founded on 4th November 1988 to promote soundly based policies of soil conservation in its broadest sense throughout the countries of Europe.
The ESSC is an interdisciplinary, non-political association with more than 500 members in 42 countries.
The ESSC pursues its aims by:
• supporting research on soil degradation, soil erosion and soil conservation
• providing a network for the exchange of knowledge about soil degradation processes and soil conservation research and practices
• producing publications about major questions of soil conservation
• consulting administration and policy makers on soil conservation issues
Thought for the month
“Learning is doing, doing is learning”
(Peter Senge, 2008).
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