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The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › Soil as a feature article in National Geographic

Soil as a feature article in National Geographic

user 2939592
Gorham, ME
Post #: 10
Here's a link to a great feature article about soil. Of particular interest to we 'permies' is the use of rows of stones in a manner similar to swales and terra preta soils in the Amazon.

Very interesting and thought provoking article.

Lisa F.
Group Organizer
Portland, ME
Post #: 562
Oooh, I'm fascinated with terra preta these days, since the Dave Jacke workshop anyway. Will absolutely check it out.
A former member
Post #: 196
Thanks Tom. I really enjoyed that.
user 3832381
Portland, ME
Post #: 78
Hey, wow, that was a great article! It reminds me of that great bumpersticker that says: All soil is sacred.
I would love to learn more about terra preta asap!
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