What We Do

The Soil Hub provides a regional platform for information sharing about soils and climate-friendly agriculture.

We connect our community to valuable programs and opportunities such as carbon farm planning, soil health assessments, farmer-to-farmer workshops, experimental demonstrations and field trials, and various other soil health resources.

The North Coast Soil Hub network addresses region-specific needs, successes and challenges in order to support the diversity of producers farming and ranching in the North Coast. We started with the vineyard industry in 2016 and are working to include other agricultural systems across Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, & Sonoma counties.

Field Trials and Demonstrations

The North Coast Soil Hub has supported establishment of field trials and regional demonstration sites to explore how management practices impact environmental health and model implementation of climate-friendly practices in vineyards.


Technical Services

Members of the North Coast Soil Hub provide trusted one-on-one guidance to agricultural producers as they seek to make environmentally friendly decisions and build and maintain soil health.



The North Coast Soil Hub is committed to providing regular science-based opportunities for farmers and ranchers and agricultural professionals to learn more about carbon farming and soil health.


Soil Health Database

Thanks to the development of the North Coast vineyard soils database, winegrape growers can receive custom soil health reports based on lab test results.