84 results for author: Joanna Campe


David Yarrow at the ELA Annual Conference

14th Annual ELA Conference& Eco-Marketplace RE-VISIONING THE LANDSCAPE: An Ecological Approach March 6-8, 2008 MassMutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts Full Spectrum Mineralization David Yarrow, Champion Trees Trace minerals are essential for plant health and soil biology, but these minerals are often depleted by chemical fertilizer use, pollution and acid rain. David Yarrow describes how soil health is compromised by mineral depletion, and the benefits of incorporating trace minerals and sea minerals into landscape settings. He also looks at exciting information gleaned from Terra Preta soils and its relationship to ...

NOFA-NH’s 6th Annual Winter Conference

NOFA New Hampshire's 6th Annual Winter ConferenceSaturday, March 1, 2008 in Tilton, New HampshireDan Kittredge will be giving a workshop on Remineralization, Nutrient Dense Crops and the Real Food Campaign. The workshop is for farmers and gardeners wanting to produce higher quality food. Dan will speak about the principles of remineralization, nutrient dense crops and the coming market standard. For more information go to www.nofanh.org

Rocks for Crops

Rocks for Crops From humble beginnings in Tanzania in 1984 to the establishment of a course at the University of Guelph, to the official opening of an Agrogeology Centre in Indonesia, the field of agrogeology is gaining wider global interest and exposure. The first Rocks for Crops International Conference took place in Brasilia, Brazil on November 7-14, 2004. Visit their website, Rocks for Crops , for abstracts of papers from the conference. Remineralize the Earth is working on the development of a large research database that will include agrogeology research from all over the world. Abstracts from the International Workshop in Brazil available ...

Rocks for Crops

From humble beginnings in Tanzania in 1984 to the establishment of a course at the University of Guelph, to the official opening of an Agrogeology Centre in Indonesia, the field of agrogeology is gaining wider global interest and exposure. The first Rocks for Crops International Conference took place in Brasilia, Brazil on November 7-14, 2004. Visit their website, Rocks for Crops , for abstracts of papers from the conference. Remineralize the Earth is working on the development of a large research database that will include agrogeology research from all over the world. Abstracts from the International Workshop in Brazil available here . Peter van ...