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May 30-31, 2019. Annual Meeting & Field Tour focused on the Napa River Watershed, and was based out of American Canyon, CA. The meeting looked at the soils and framework of Mare Island and the Napa Valley.

March 1-3, 2018. PSSAC’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Field Tour was held in Butte County, California. Topics included anthropogenic mudflows, exploring soils and land use in the field and managing vernal pools.  It also included an invitation to the USDA NRCS Cooperator’s meeting and supporting the 2018 University Soil Judging Contest!

April 20-22, 2017. PSSAC’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Field Tour was based out of Lodi, California. Topics included geomorphic formations, geological framework, and soil and land use information for the Sacramento Delta Region. It was a most informative meeting!

April 7-9, 2016.  PSSAC’s 2016 Annual Meeting and Field Tour. This meeting was held at the Harris Ranch, and topics included the hydrology, Geomorphology, Soils, Stratigraphy, and Archaeology in the Southern San Joaquin Valley. The field tour focused on the Buena Vista and Tulare Lake Basins.

2015. Dig It: The Secrets of Soil Smithsonian Exhibit. With support from PSSAC members, this exciting exhibit visited Sacramento, California.