Carbon Gardening 1: Healthy Soils and the Climate

OctOctober 20 2020

5:30pm - 7:30pm

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    Please join part one of the Carbon Gardening series presented by Daily Acts in partnership with the City of Petaluma. This live webinar is FREE and you can register at dailyacts.org/upcoming-events 

    Carbon Gardening 1: Healthy Soils and the Climate – 10/20/20 5:30pm to 7:30pm

    with Special Guests: Jeff Creque, Will Bakx, Jessica Bates, and Rick Taylor!

    What if we told you one of the best tools for turning the tide on climate change is right below your feet? You may know that healthy soils yield more nutritious food and retain more water, but did you know they are also the key to pulling CO2 from the air and storing carbon safely underground? Join us for a discussion about how farmers, ranchers, landscapers and gardeners are “growing” carbon with simple practices you can apply at home. We’ll discuss the co-benefits of increasing soil carbon, like resilience to floods and droughts, how carbon gardening overlaps with permaculture design, ways to reduce the amount of carbon you and your landscape produce, and more.


Please join part one of the Carbon Gardening series presented by Daily Acts in partnership with the City of Petaluma. This live webinar is FREE and you can register at dailyacts.org/upcoming-events 

Carbon Gardening 1: Healthy Soils and the Climate – 10/20/20 5:30pm to 7:30pm

with Special Guests: Jeff Creque, Will Bakx, Jessica Bates, and Rick Taylor!

What if we told you one of the best tools for turning the tide on climate change is right below your feet? You may know that healthy soils yield more nutritious food and retain more water, but did you know they are also the key to pulling CO2 from the air and storing carbon safely underground? Join us for a discussion about how farmers, ranchers, landscapers and gardeners are “growing” carbon with simple practices you can apply at home. We’ll discuss the co-benefits of increasing soil carbon, like resilience to floods and droughts, how carbon gardening overlaps with permaculture design, ways to reduce the amount of carbon you and your landscape produce, and more.

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