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Field Trip to "Dig It": Soil Exhibit at Natural History Museum

From: Rhys
Sent on: Monday, January 5, 2009 10:39 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for CarbonfreeDC: Climate Change, Clean Energy & Sustainability!

What: "Dig It" Field Trip to Soil Exhibit

When: Sat., January 31,[masked]:00 PM

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Meetup Description: When we think of climate change, many of us look up to the atmosphere, but perhaps we should be paying more attention to that stuff beneath our feet and under our fingernails.

Soils are at the center of Earth?s water, nutrient, life, and carbon cycle. Soil contains more than twice the amount of carbon than does the atmosphere. Protecting this precious resource is imperative as we seek solutions to mitigate climate change.

Join us as we explore the amazing world of soils at the Dig It! The Secrets of Soil exhibit now on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.

If you enjoy this exhibit, we encourage you to also attend the CarbonfreeDC workshop on composting in your own home and apartment, to be held this Spring.

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