The Montana Soils Team is part of the National
Cooperative Soil Survey, an effort of Federal and State agencies, universities, and professional societies to deliver
scientifically based soil information. This site hosts two staffs: the state soil survey staff provides soil survey products
and technical assistance to local agency and conservation district field offices as well as landowners in the state of Montana. The
Northern Rocky Mountain Major Land Resource Area Office Region 4 (MO-4) provides quality assurance and technical guidance to a
Montana Soils Program|
The Montana Soils Program provides quality soil survey information necessary for understanding, managing,
conserving, and sustaining the nation's limited soil resources. Access the
Web Soil Survey, the
single authoritative source of soil survey information.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides leadership in a partnership effort to help people
conserve, maintain, and improve our natural resources and environment.
NRCS Soils Web site. The National Cooperative Soil
Survey is a partnership, led by the NRCS, of Federal land management agencies, state agricultural experiment stations,
and state and local units of government that provide soil survey information necessary for understanding, managing,
conserving, and sustaining the nation's limited soil resources.
The electronic Field Office Technical Guide
(eFOTG) is the primary scientific reference used by NRCS in conservation activities.