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Trees under duress...

I really like trees. When I was coming to the end of my time at NSF, I got interested in the local urban forestry commission. When I see mature trees come down in my neighborhood due to in-fill, I see a distinct loss. 129 more words

Heartwood: The art and science of growing trees for conservation and profit by Rowan Reid

ISBN : 978-1-925556-11-7

Published 2017 by Melbourne Books 304 pages Hardback $49.95

Progress is not about going down the same path; it is about changing paths.

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Storing CO2 in depleted shale reservoirs?

New research, involving Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers and tools, demonstrates that hydrocarbon-depleted fractured shale (HDFS) formations could be attractive for geologic carbon dioxide (CO2) storage. 253 more words



Healthy, living soil is a vital component of an organic garden.  Soil covered with growing things draws carbon out of the atmosphere and stores it in roots, stems, and leaves.  763 more words


carbon farming

These long, hot days have been full of weeding, transplanting, more weeding, breaking for ice water, and daydreaming of cross country skiing, reading books, and cooking feasts. 1,011 more words

Farm Update

Paying California farmers to suck up the state's excess carbon dioxide

In April, California launched its latest climate change initiative:

In a grand experiment, California switched on a fleet of high-tech greenhouse gas removal machines last month. 

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Libertarian Environmentalism

Biochar and Dirt Rich

On Monday, May 21st, Dirt Rich, a documentary about biochar and carbon sequestration, had a World Premier at the Sebastiani Theater in Sonoma California. Attendees were given samples of biochar and SymSoil. 484 more words

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