Position: Agricultural Information Specialist
Salary Range: $49,025 – $77,955 per year
Apply by: February 9th, 2024
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service Dairy Forage Unit, in Madison, Wisconsin is seeking an energetic and motivated applicant for a full-time Agricultural Information Specialist.
In this position, you will be working with the Soil Health Collaborative and gathering and furnishing information in communicating new data, information, and recommendations for improvements of research; planning, writing, and editing written and electronic content; and responding to the needs of stakeholders in support of research.
The Soil Health Collaborative:
Researching and promoting practices that develop soil health is crucial to how agriculture can mitigate climate variability, soil loss, soil compaction, nutrient loss, water pollution, biodiversity decline, energy use, pesticide drift, fine particulate pollution, community decline, income loss, social disparities, and other challenges to agricultural sustainability. The USDA ARS Dairy Forage Research Center, the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison are working together, along with farmer and stakeholder partners, to investigate and conduct outreach on profitable, community-supporting, and practical strategies to build agricultural soil health.
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