Depleted from its abundant and diversified microorganisms, Soil fails to harvest healthy, nutrient-rich produce, which affects our health.
With the health of younger generations at heart, don’t you think Humanity must make Soil healthy again?
Join us on our journey building awareness to bring back Soil for Humanity
There is no beginning and no end to the Food Web. Just as there is no waste. From the microscopic organisms in your soil to your dinner table, there is a continuum of eaters and eaten. On your farm, do you have any gaps in that continuum? How can you tell if you have the proper microorganisms?
Soil undisturbed has a balance of humic acid, microorganisms, and the entire soil food web.
Dash Yerba Matte, A smidgeon of Candyleif (Asteraceae), and pumpkin spice to make all things nice!
At Halloween, we offer candy to the little ghosts and goblins trick-or-treating, but did you know we get candy straight from our rich dark soil, which nature caters all year round.
Clay, dirt, and mud pie, the earthly dietary delicacy. Soil contains minerals that are important for human development, and proper cellular biology. Obviously too much can harm, but in the right measure, its ability to help is astonishing – but served on the menu?
As Soil Health is gaining greater importance, Soil For Humanity had the opportunity to sit down with Professor Joann Whalen from McGill University, to discuss soil biology, organic matter and new ways growers can improve and monitor soil’s biological functions.