Notification Options Are Now Available!
You can now get notifications from your licensing board or commission related to the following:
New or Amended Statutes - New or Updated Rules
Changes to Fees - Rulemaking Hearings related to Fees
Significant Changes Impacting Your License - Changes to Policies
Each licensee shall, when making application for renewal, submit on the prescribed form a signed statement setting forth the number of continuing education hours that he or she has completed during the reporting period. Licensees shall retain documentation evidencing their continuing education hours for at least five (5) years subsequent to the date of submission. The continuing reporting form is now available on this website by clicking here.
The required continuing education must be submitted by your renewal date. Both the renewal fee and 12 hours of continuing education requirements have to be met before your license will be renewed.
The purpose of the Tennessee Professional Soil Scientists Licensing Program is to ensure that only qualified persons are licensed to practice soil science in Tennessee, thereby benefiting the safety, health, and property of the people of this state and promoting the public welfare.
For more information about this Division, Contact Donna Moulder.