State Soil Scientist in Iowa for the Natural Resources Conservation Service
Mr. Bednarek has statewide responsibility for the Soil Health and Technical Soil Services Programs. He also supervises the GIS section. Mr. Bednarek is also the State Resource Inventory Coordinator in Iowa providing leadership for the state in all Natural Resource Inventory activities. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Soil Science from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 1983 and started his career with NRCS in 1987. Mr. Bednarek began his soil scientist career as a county soil scientist in McDonough County, Illinois, in 1985. In 1987, he joined the Soil Conservation Service in Minnesota as a soil scientist and later as project leader and area soils specialist. In 1999, Mr. Bednarek became the Resource Soil Scientist in Atlantic, Iowa. Then in 2007, he went to the South Dakota State Office as Soil Quality Specialist and later as Assistant State Soil Scientist.

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