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About our Soil Scientists
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services requires 15 hours of soil courses including three hours of soil morphology and classification from an accredited college or university to be a registered Soil Evaluator.  In addition to the minimum State requirements for an Soil Evaluator, all our soil scientists either have a Bachelors degree or Masters degree in soil science.

John H. Bauer
B.S. Plant and Soil Science, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (1976)
M.S. Plant and Soil Science with emphasis in soil science, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (1978)
Soil Scientist/Agronomist/Mine Reclamation, with 30+ years of experience.
President/Soil Scientist, On-Site Soils, Inc. since 1997

Member:
Eastern Missouri Small Flows Organization (EMSO)

Professional Certifications:
Certified Professional Soil Agronomist – American Society of Argonomy
Certified Professional Soil Scientist – Soil Science Society of America
Registered Soil Evaluator – Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS)

Matthew W. Roth
B.S. Agronomy with emphasis in soil science, Southwest Missouri State (1994)
Soil Scientist/Wetland Scientist, with 15+ years of experience.
Vice President/Soil Scientist, On-Site Soils, Inc. since 1998

Member:
Missouri Association of Professional Soil Scientists (MAPSS)
Society of Wetland Scientist
Missouri Small Flows Organization (MSO)
Eastern Missouri Small Flows Organization (EMSO)

Professional Certifications:
Certified Professional Soil Classifier (by exam October 1996) – MAPSS;
Registered Soil Evaluator – Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS)

On-Site Soils


4077 N Saint Peters Pkwy
St. Peters, MO 63304-7396
888-878-1461
 
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On-Site Soils performs soil evaluations for the entire state of Missouri. Please call or fill out this form for prices.
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