Posted on: March 6, 2023

Johnson County's Soil Health Program

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Johnson County is again accepting applications for participation in the Soil Health Program. 

Homeowners can be reimbursed up to 50 percent of the cost ($2,000 maximum) for completing soil quality restoration, which involves deep-tine aeration and compost application. The program aim is to restore soil quality and increase the ability of lawns to absorb water, reducing runoff into streams.

University Heights homeowners who wish to participate must be pre-approved by the County and use a contractor from a pre-approved list.

Approval for program participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Learn more and apply for the program on the Johnson County website.

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