" />
Building a world of
resilient communities.

MAIN LIST

 

Life within the soil- Part 2 of an interview with Doug Weatherbee


Part 2 of an interview with the Soil Doctor, Doug Weatherbee. In this interview, Doug talks about soil organic matter, carbon sequestration, how to tend your soil to support either fungal or bacterial populations, and how home gardeners can minimize soil disturbance and increase soil fertility.

Direct download: Doug_Weatherbee2PC.mp3

You can listen to Part 1 of this interview here.

What do you think? Leave a comment below.

Sign up for regular Resilience bulletins direct to your email.

Take action!  

Find out more about Community Resilience. See our COMMUNITIES page
Start your own projects. See our RESOURCES page.
Help build resilience. DONATE NOW.

 

This is a community site and the discussion is moderated. The rules in brief: no personal abuse and no climate denial. Complete Guidelines.

Tags:  

Are you anti-science if you don't like GMOs?

If you oppose something produced as a result of scientific research, does …

How Much Should Food Cost?

Nothing illustrates the weirdness, injustice, and unpleasantness of the …

Women in Food: Shavel’le Olivier Uses Power of Connection to Engage Youth in Improving Food Access

On the streets of a Boston, MA neighborhood where one grocery store was …

Monofloral and Manuka Honey: Honey-Hunting the Honeybee to its Demise, With Love

Are monofloral honeys all they're cracked up to be, or are they yet another …

Blockchains Could Help Restore Trust in the Food we Choose to Eat

Companies around the world are exploring blockchain, the technology …

The Uncertain Future for Food and Farming in the UK

Following the referendum result in favour of the UK leaving the EU, the …

The Masumoto Family Farm

The Masumoto Family farm is the farm we have in our minds, the bucolic …