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A soil scientist's view of 'Kiss the Ground'

Doug Soldat, Professor and Extension Specialist, Soil Science Department, UW-Madison

Event Details

Date
Saturday, January 23, 2021
Time
10-11 a.m.
Location
Meeting URL will be sent after registration.
Description
Soils are a key player in the global carbon cycle and how we choose to manage them influences the future of our life on the planet. In this virtual presentation, Doug Soldat will share his thoughts of the documentary film 'Kiss the Ground' which discusses the role of soils and soil management for the future of our planet. Learn what they got right, what they got wrong, and what they left out! He highly recommends watching the film prior to this session.
Cost
$10 for public, Free for Friends of the Garden

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