Public Talk by Will Brinton, soil scientist and founder of Woods End Laboratories
Respondent: Gidon Eshel, Research Professor, Environmental and Urban Studies at Bard College

Hawthorne Valley and the Institute for Mindful Agriculture present a public talk by Will Brinton, soil scientist and founder of Woods End Laboratories. The mirror is broken – how do we connect climate, soil, food, and health? We will explore the nature of soils through the 12 orders of soils, geology, geography, plant life, and agriculture, and consider what soil is, how we study it, and whether how we work with it as farmers, gardeners, scientists, and inhabitants of Earth. Together we will discuss how soil connects with the health of our climate, food, and selves.

Suggested donation $10. This talk is part of the “Climate, Soil, Food, Health–It’s all Connected!” Winter Workshop. Click here for more information.



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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/21/2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Hawthorne Valley School

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