February 22nd 2018
6:15-7:15pm @ Hamline Midway Library
You’ve seen the headlines, heard the gossip, but who in the world are these soil microbes??
Soil is the key to solving most of the problems we face today. Healthy soils clean and hold water, remediate pollution, sequester carbon, and grow nutrient-dense food. How?
Countless microbes working 24/7 – that’s how.
Even though these microbes make life possible for us, they need our help!
This class is for anyone interested in learning about the vast and complex ecosystem beneath our feet. It is built for home gardeners, professional landscapers, farmers, and anyone else with an interest in soil health.
It is part one in a series of classes that will teach you how to build soil and care for the land.
Suggested donation $10 upon entry.
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