Cameron and Moira Thompson of the SEER Centre with Professor David Bellamy whose credentials in environmental issues are well known in the U.K. David enthusiastically and actively supports the case for global remineralization.
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Rocks for Crops contains important agrogeology learning tools.
SEER Centre in Scotland is a demonstration research center for soil remineralization for agriculture, has a yearly conference (March 2005) on soil remineralization and receives funding from the Scottish EPA and other sources. The Thomsons and the Center receive major news coverage in the UK (on the BBC, major newspapers, etc.)
The 2005 conference has unleashed a tremendous amount of media coverage! The first article hot off the press is from The Independent, one of the major newspapers in the U.K. "Rock dust grows extra-big vegetables (and might save us from global warming)" March 21, 2005. It can be seen online at The New Zealand Herald and Common Dreams Newscenter.
Invisible Gardener. Andy Lopez has lots of information on soil remineralization on his website and on his radio show, "Don't Panic, It's Organic", he frequently discusses soil remineralization as the foundation of organiculture with Joanna Campe, Don Weaver and others in the remineralization movement as his guests.
Organic UK is doing demonstration trials for soil remineralization, directed by Colin Shaw. An article by him appeared in The Kitchen Garden magazine February, 2005.
ChampionTrees.org - David Yarrow promotes soil remineralization for trees, forests, agriculture, and nutrition.
Acres USA, A Voice for Eco-Agriculture, has covered soil remineralization for thirty years and distributes the book Bread from Stones by Julius Hensel, as well as The Enlivened Rock Powders by Harvey Lisle. Acres USA is North America's oldest, largest magazine covering eco-agriculture.
The Soil and Health Library. The Soil and Health Library also offers the books The Survival of Civilization and To Love and Regenerate the Earth online.
Invisible Gardener's OrganicDataBank. The Invisible Gardener's Organic DataBank.info - the organic dynamic community based organic portal engine for your organic garden and natural pest control needs and green resource community center and much more!
On a Fad Diet of Rock Dust, How the Garden Does Grow by Henry Homeyer, NY Times (June 24, 2004).