United States Department of Agriculture: National organization and work of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Agricultural Research Service: A principal research agency of the USDA that conducts research on food production, food processing, human health and our environment.
USDA-ARS PSWMRU: Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit, located at University Park, PA.
EPA’s Office of Water Homepage: Information concerning environmental issues relating to water – current events, library, etc.
USGS Water Resources of the United States: The U.S. Geological Survey has the principal responsibility within the Federal Government to provide the hydrologic information and understanding needed by others to achieve the best use and management of the Nation’s water resources.
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service: A state-by-state summary of the land-grant universities and other CSREES partners.
https://sustainablep.asu.edu/ – The Sustainable P Initiative (SPI) stimulates these P solutions through our joint initiatives for research (P RCN) and implementation (NAPPS). The P RCN and NAPPS share four themes for P sustainability: P Recycling; P Efficiency in Food Production; P Demand: Population, Food Choice & BioEnergy; and P & Water Quality.
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science: The Center provides research and technical education in multiple environmental areas.
Penn State Crop and Soil Science Publications: An electronic resource for a variety of the Department’s publications including Fact Sheets and the Agronomy Guide.
Purdue University: Manure Management Planner
Soil Science Society of America
American Society of Agricultural Engineers
World Congress of Soil Science
Soil and Water Conservation Society
Crop Science Society of America
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
Natural Agricultural Law Center
The Chesapeake Bay Program’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee: providing scientific and technical guidance to the Chesapeake Bay Program on measures to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Institute of Agro-Ecology: The Institute conducts interdisciplinary agricultural research, technically supports the development of public policy, and provides educational outreach through workshop and symposiums.
Plant Nutrition Canada: A resource for phosphorus management, research, and a variety of other agronomic topics.
Foundation for Agronomic Research: Information about and links to research projects in 33 states involving numerous crops and nutrients, including phosphorus.
Nonpoint Source Success Stories: View nonpoint source best management projects in your state.
Phosphorus Removal Online Guidance (PhROG): Online software and video tutorials for designing phosphorus removal structures or predicting the performance of previously constructed structures.
Water Conservation & The Possibilities: Learn more about the remarkable opportunities through water conservation. SERA-17 was directed through this site by the Brenham Community Center in Texas.
http://www.phosphorusplatform.eu/ – European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP). Sustainable management of Phosphorus is crucial for agriculture, food, industry, water and the environment. ESPP brings together companies and stakeholders to address the Phosphorus Challenge and its opportunities.
European COST Program: Quantifying the agricultural contribution to eutrophication
UK Defra Phosphorus Programme: Summary of DEFRA (UK Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs) phosphorus research.
Water Quality Assessment in Small Agricultural Catchments (WASAC): Summary of the WASAC Network goals and activities. Including research from England, Switzerland, and Norway.
http://phosphorusfutures.net/ – The Global Phosphorus Research Initiative (GPRI) is a collaboration between independent research institutes in Europe, Australia and North America. The main objective of the GPRI is to facilitate quality interdisciplinary research on global phosphorus security for future food production. In addition to research, the GPRI also facilitates networking, dialogue and awareness raising among policy makers, industry, scientists and the community on the implications of global phosphorus scarcity and possible solutions.
Soil Phosphorus Forum: The Soil Phosphorus Forum is an online open space of scientific discussion about soil phosphorus and the mobility of soil phosphorus. Any person can suggest a new post and it is our vision that it becomes community owned and ran by you, for you. Feedback is welcome and continually needed to improve the forum and make sure it fits its purpose. You can send an email to Daniel Blackburn or to Courtney Giles or leave a comment here. Please follow the Soil Phosphorus Forum on Twitter (@soilPforum). Our Facebook page is Soil Phosphorus Forum. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #soilpforum.