Fascinating experiments in Nigeria change our plans for growing lead out of the soil. Enjoy!
The beginning of a series of episodes on Bioremediation. We give a short overview of how we can use life to clean life. We end with a story of a graduate thesis I abandoned because it wasn’t going to get me a doctorate.
Wrangler sustainably grew jeans and t-shirts, adding value into value added production.
We’ve stated before that its scientifically true that the healthiest soils are black. We give the how and the what behind the Why.
Carter Farms is a century farm in the Piedmont region of Virginia that specializes in growing ethnic, African tropical vegetables organically.
Two conversations we had recently resulted in two analogies to help you acclimate your fingers to the soil.
I thought it would be a good idea, to mark it a place in time, to be able to say, here are 10 things I don’t know about plants, farming, and the soil (and the soul). Join me in learning what I don’t know, won’t you?
We’ve been hunting mushrooms all spring. Our greatest bounty was in our own backyard!
We take umbrage with the promoted hippie-nature of interacting with nature. We offer some molecular biology of course to make our point. Enjoy.
We go into the woods and read from the Odù Ifá. Just some short Ifá Ẹsẹ that you can sow seeds to.