Training Information: CED-0900 - Redoximorphic Features in Soils and Advanced Analysis of Soil Texture

Redox or mottles? Silt loam or sandy loam? Why does all this matter? Understanding and identifying saturated soil features and soil texture is critical to designing soil-based wastewater treatment systems. This training will review the formation and identification of redoximorphic features, including concentrations, depletions, and the soil matrix. Along with identifying the soil texture and understanding the role soil textures play in the formation of redoximorphic features. This workshop is for licensed designers who are already comfortable with the components of identifying soil texture for wastewater treatment systems. This training assumes familiarity with the USDA Soil classification system.

The VT Department of Environmental Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection Division has approved this 4.5 hour training for four (4) Soils Continuing Education credits. 

 Session Information: 24CY-CED-0900-S02 (20 seats (100%) remaining)

Schedule: Every day, starting on 12/07/24 and ending on 12/07/24
Times: 09:30am-02:15pm EST

Facility Detail

VTSU Randolph
GRE - 101 A
124 Admin Dr
Randolph Ctr, VT 05061

Cancellation Policy

A cancellation charge of $50.00 will be assessed on cancellations occurring within 5 days of the start of this session.