*** New *** Apply or Renew Your Membership Today: The Canadian Society of Soil Science online member registration for 2024 is now open! Click here to join or renew today.
*** New *** CSSS Newsletter: The CSSS November 2023 Newsletter is now available for viewing. Click here for details.
*** New *** Life as a Soil Science Professional: Special request: participate in our Life as a Soil Scientist profiles! Click here for details.
*** Soil Health Committee Announcement: The newly established Soil Health Committee of the CSSS is looking for volunteers to serve on this committee to help guide its development over the next year and into the future. Click here for details.
*** 2024 CSSS Annual Meeting: Soil Functions for Future Generations, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 9-13, 2024. Call for session proposals. Submission Deadline: November 30, 2023. Click here for details.
*** CSSS Anti-Racism Taskforce: The survey summary is available for viewing. Click here for details.
*** Congratulations to our newest CSSS fellows: Leonard Leskiw (Paragon Soil and Environmental Consulting Inc.) and Dr. Tiequan Zhang (AAFC)
*** Program at a glance : 2023 CSSS Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Soil Science June 26-29, 2023, Truro, Nova Scotia. Click here for details. Click here for details on Oral Presentations. Click here for details on Poster Presentations.
*** Attention students: the next deadline for submissions for the Canadian Journal of Soil Science (CJSS) graduate student photo contest is January 25th, 2023. The top submission will receive a $125 cash prize and the winning photograph will be featured on the cover of the Canadian Journal of Soil Science and on the CSSS website. Click here for details.
La société canadienne de science du sol (CSSS) est une organisation non gouvernementale et à but non lucratif représentant les scientifiques, ingénieurs, technologues, administrateurs et étudiants impliqués de manière professionnelle dans la science du sol.
The Canadian Society of Soil Science (CSSS) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization for scientists, engineers, technologists, administrators and students involved in professional soil science.
Canadian Society of Soil Science Anti-racism Statement
This statement, the committee, and the future anti-racism strategy will be used as a launching point and as a means of holding ourselves accountable to change. We are committed to the ongoing process of unlearning racism and other forms of discrimination and using our actions to counter the systemic racism that exists in Canada and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. If you wish to participate or offer feedback to the anti-racism task group please contact Nathan Basiliko