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Soils for Life Jun 24
Bio banking with organic fertilisers for Sydney's greenest pastures.
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Ethical Omnivore Movement Jun 18
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Matthew Dillon Jun 23
One quick take away from this article: What if food sector spent $ on research and technical assistance for climate friendly ag, instead of marketing what scientist in article calls a “distraction.”
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GorillaFarmCo 15h
Here in the U.S.A., welcome to our West Coast organic Hemp growing farm land 🌱!
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The Ethical Butcher 20h
The number of patents filed by Impossible Foods is staggering, makes it quite clear that it's not about the animals, it's not about the environment, it's about profit. can be zero input, this means no money to agri-business and they can't patent grass.
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Howemill 39m
The importance of grassland and recognising the benefits of - land without stock/crop is busy working to capture carbon - we need to make sure we help it to do that by using cover crops, rotations for soil health and encouraging biodiversity 🌱
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Soils for Life Jun 21
Growing crops in almost sand with <100mm rain? Yes, with biology case study
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InsideAgro Jun 20
Investing in agriculture: Soils are key to turning back the carbon clock and reversing CO2 accumulation in the atmosphere
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Sean K. Dillon Jun 24
Replying to @seankdillon
There's a strong Christian element in that I resonate with and felt this could be a way to bridge the gap between white indigeneity and Indigenous Americans, who are so varied culturally so as to insult them by labeling them so, but my linguistic skill
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Howemill Jun 24
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andrea maria nasca 14h
agreed! It’s insane. We must advocate for immediate support for farmers & ranchers to transition to = healthy soil, sequester GHG’s back in Earth, reverse global warming!!!
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Howemill Jun 25
All ploughed out: The rebel farmers fighting climate change Great article raising public awareness of - we need to start helping more farmers explore ways to test holistic management practices and soil building.
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Soils for Life 10h
An inspiring bunch of winners. Fast progress in tools and assessment methods that support soil improvements and
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Julianne Reynolds Jun 23
A tree lives in a community, & communication is key to its healthy ecology. Now we must as humans live holistically.
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Ellie Cohen Jun 23
Great overview of the work it will take to . But its missing - not only must we cut in half by 2030, we must also pull out at least 500 billion tons of from the atmosphere.
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Moffat Falls 4h
Ethan and Reef went searching through poop for those wonderful dung beetles!! (Reef wasn't as enthusiastic it seems) @ Ebor, New South Wales
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WSU Food Systems 8h
Come on out to Thorp, WA on July 8th to learn about the “Loyal to Soil”, Regenerative, No-Till Practices being used in the market gardens and pastures at Spoon Full Farm!
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Soils for Life Jun 16
What is ? We promote leading examples of & more! Learn about the leaders.
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Grounded Growth 17h
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Heritage Graziers Jun 19
Camping at next week in a tent that isn't waterproof is going to be fun 😁 Nothing will spoil the context though!
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