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Small Scale Biochar: Making it Good for the Earth and Climate
A DIY Sustainability Workshop
with JOHN BONITZ • SEPT. 13, 1-4 P.M.
Biochar is a great way to add carbon to your soils that will stick around much longer than compost or anything else. It also helps your plants resist dry spells and drought by retaining moisture. And it stimulates the soil food web by giving microbes shelter, and tasty bits for mycorrhizial fungi to eat or share with your plants. In all these ways, it can also help reduce the fertilizer you add to your soils.