Become a Practitioner of Healthy Soils
Compost is a misunderstood and under-utilized natural resource for creating healthy soil, food, water, and air quality.
If you missed my complimentary webinar on compost in March, you can still access all the great information that was covered in a recording provided by Solana Center for Environmental Innovation through the link below.
Topics covered in the webinar include:
- Assessing soil health and why it is critical to our survival
- Compost myths and associated benefits for creating healthy soil, food, water, and air quality
- Compost’s role in creating, protecting and maintaining healthy soils
- Resources to help you become a “Practitioner of Healthy Soils”
- Applying compost in accordance with your grant agreement, and options for including in your existing grant (if applicable)
Enjoy the webinar and check out some additional resources in the link below. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Thank you to Solana Center for Environmental Innovation for producing and hosting this webinar and to California Climate Investments and the California Department of Food and Agriculture for funding the webinar. This complimentary webinar is open to California Healthy Soils Program awardees and the general public.
The Healthy soils Program promotes the development of healthy soils on California’s farmlands and ranchlands through its Incentive Programs and Demonstration Projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, strengthen the economy, and improve public health and the environment.