We are pleased to welcome Dr. Natasha Rayne to the Soil Science Faculty at UW-Madison. Dr. Rayne comes to Madison from UW-River Falls Department of Plant & Earth Science, where she taught a number of Soil Science courses including Introduction to Soil Science, Soil Fertility, and Special Topics in Soil Microbiology. She received her BS from Anton de Kom Univ. of Suriname, her MS and PhD from Oklahoma State University. At UW-River Falls, her research included production practices that reflect good stewardship of land and water resources, including work on organic soil amendments such as manure, compost, and anaerobic digestate and how they affect nutrient retention and recovery. At UW-Madison, she plans to continue working on projects that are tailored to farmer needs and creating simple tools for farmers to get answers to nutrient management questions.This article was posted in Uncategorized.
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