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The Professional Soil Scientists Association of California is pleased to announce their April 2-3, 2020 Annual Meeting and Field Tour. This year’s meeting will be based out of Red Bluff, and will focus on the geomorphology of Pleistocene terraces, associated Hydric Soils, Food Security Act, Section 404(f) guidance, Section 404 revisions to Waters of the US, farming history and a visit to the Coyote Creek Conservation Area.
The meeting will start off on Thursday afternoon, April 2, with a series of talks, including:
- “Hydric Soil Indicators,” Dr. Lenore Vasilas, NRCS National Chair of Hydric Soil Committee
- “National Food Security Act, Section 404(f), Tillage and Ongoing Farming Activities,” Jennifer Cavanaugh,
Compliance Officer, NRCS California
- “Current Regulations under Clean Water Act Section 404, Revisions to Waters of the U.S., and SWRCB State
Wetland Definition.” Mike Vondergeest, ICF Jones & Stokes
- “Tillage of Farmland,” John Duarte, Farmer/Landowner
- “Reflections on the Present Regulatory Climate,” Peter Prows, Briscoe Ivester & Bazel LLP
- “The last 60 years of Practice in Soil Stratigraphy: Advances and Challenges,” Dr. Roy Shlemon, Shlemon &
PSSAC’s Annual Banquet will be held Thursday evening at the Los Mariachis Mexican Restaurant, located in Red Bluff.
On Friday, April 3rd, there will be a Field Tour via bus to look at soils, geomorphology, and wetlands on the Pleistocene terraces in relation to the F8 Hydric Soil Indicators and WOTUS as the 2015 regulations have been revised by the EPA and ACOE. This will be an excellent opportunity to identify problematic field indicators and evaluate wetlands under revised federal standards. Soil scientists, biologists, wetland experts, agency regulators, land owners and other interest groups are encouraged to attend. This educational and informative exercise will take place at Coyote Creek Conservation Area managed by Red Bluff Farms.
Sid Davis, Joel Butterworth, David Kelley & Mary Reed, Organizing Committee
Thursday Morning: (9:00-11:30 am) The PSSAC Board of Directors will hold their annual meeting. All are welcome to attend this meeting which will be held at the Red Bluff Community Center, located at 1500 S. Jackson St., Red Bluff.
Thursday Afternoon: (11:30 am -5:00 pm) Registration opens, followed immediately by a luncheon served in the Red Bluff Community Center’s Auditorium. After lunch, we will enjoy a series of presentations in the Westside Room of the Community Center. A wide range of soil and water topics will be discussed. Please see the meeting’s webpage for a complete list of speakers and their affiliations.
Thursday Evening: (6:00—8:00 pm) PSSAC’s Annual Banquet will be held at Los Mariachis Mexican Restaurant, 604 Main Street, Red Bluff. A no host bar will be available. A brief PSSAC Annual Business meeting will be conducted, and Dr. Roy Shlemon will provide our Keynote Presentation, “The last 60 years of Practice in Soil Stratigraphy: Advances and Challenges.”
Friday Morning and Afternoon: (7:45—5:00) Meet at the Comfort Inn Red Bluff parking lot, 90 Sale Lane, Red Bluff. A chartered bus will convey the group to Coyote Creek Conservation Area, southwest of Red Bluff. Bring appropriate wetland boots and rain gear.
Box lunches, waters, and snacks will be provided.
A Meeting and Field Guide Book will be included in the registration fee.
More about the Meeting!
Lodging: We have reserved a discounted block of rooms at the Comfort Inn, Red Bluff, located at 90 Sale Lane. The discounted rate of $94/night (for either a single or double bed room) will be honored through 3/19/20. Reservations must be made by calling 530-529-7060 and use the code “PSSAC”. Participants are also welcome to stay at other nearby hotels.
Included in the $285 Registration Fee: Thursday afternoon’s lunch and lecture session, snack break and coffee, the Thursday evening banquet at Los Mariachis, and Friday’s Field Tour via bus (with a bathroom and wi-fi), including a box lunch, waters, and snacks. (Bring appropriate wetland boots and rain gear.) A spiral-bound Field Tour Guide is also included. An early registration discount is available through 3/19/20.
Mailing Address: Mail your registration, check made payable to “PSSAC” to:
PSSAC 2020 Meeting
P.O. Box 5972
Vacaville, CA 95696
Online Registration is available using PayPal buttons, below.
University Student Scholarships are Available to Attend this Meeting! PSSAC will offer up to 6 scholarships to enrolled University Students. The scholarship includes free registration to the meeting, and one night’s (in a shared, double room — apply with a friend!) lodging at the Comfort Inn. Please pass the word along to university students about this great opportunity! Please apply no later than March 12, 2020. PSSAC’s officers will review the applications and will notify scholarship recipients no later than March 19, 2020.
Applying for the University Scholarship is Easy! Simply email the following information, using your university email account, to email@example.com:
- Permanent address
- Personal and university email accounts
- Academic status (i.e. Junior)
- Your major/minor (field of Study)
- A brief paragraph about what you would hope to learn at the meeting.
- A brief paragraph about how you became interested in soil.
Register online for the meeting using these PayPal buttons! When registering online, please be sure to include your name, business affiliation, mailing address, cell phone, email address, your box lunch preference, and any dietary preferences.
2020 Early Discounted Registration Fee ($275 Early non-Member Rate)
2020 Early Discounted Registration Fee ($260 Early Member – with dues in good standing – rate, a $15 discount)
Using your PayPal account, you may also make a donation to the scholarship fund.
We hope you can join us for this informative meeting, and look forward to seeing you in Tehama County on April 2-3, 2020!