CLIMATE, CARBON & COMPOST: How Biodynamic Gardening & Land Stewardship Can Help Us Embrace an Uncertain Future
Around the world, gardeners, farmers, and land stewards on every scale have been applying the deep principles and innovative practices of biodynamic agriculture to enhance the health and vitality of their soil and the food they grow. New research is showing that in addition to these benefits, biodynamic management can increase soil organic carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, helping to balance and mitigate climate change. Thea Maria Carlson, Executive Director of the national Biodynamic Association, will share the core biodynamic principles and practices and explore how we can integrate biodynamics into our gardening and land stewardship to nurture vibrant health for our community, the Earth, and the climate.
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