In the last decade there has been an importance and renewed interest in soil health. Generally, this idea revolves around the fact that soil is a living and breathing entity, and we need to do things to protect this most precious resource that we cannot easily rebuild. But what makes a healthy soil? What does that look like? How do we measure that? And how can we use that in turfgrass management? Beth Guertal, Ph.D., of Auburn University discusses soil health, how we measure that and what that might mean for turfgrass management.