Below the plow layer: managing soil for deep carbon storage
From the farm to utility easements to the backyard, every greenspace is a candidate for deep soil carbon storage via “carbon farming.”
Fighting climate change with better soil management
Better soil stewardship is the secret to combating climate change without having to mortgage the planet to pay for it.
Compost to the rescue
3 reasons to fix the soil and save the planet.
Can organic waste help green the Sahara?
Slightly more than half of current U.S. agricultural acreage could offer enough carbon storage potential to feed the hungry and save the planet.
Focus on deep-soil carbon storage
Every plot of land, from lawns to 1,000-acre spreads, can become a candidate for deep-soil carbon storage.
Can compost and perennial food crops save the planet?
A match made in food science heaven has the potential to forever change agriculture’s environmental impact.
Dealing with Earth’s ‘carb’ overload
The reason for global warming doesn’t matter. What does matter is that humans can fix it. Compost use is part of the solution.
Published: September 9, 2019
Updated: June 16, 2020