Presentation on the Soil Foodweb approach, Botanical Gardens, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

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From El Charco del Ingenio – Botanical Gardens, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

If you missed this well attended presentation last June, this is your chance to hear Doug Weatherbee, who owns an organic food growing consulting business in Mexico, present on soil microbiology at the Botanical Garden.  Doug is a Certified Soil Foodweb Advisor having studied with Dr. Elaine Ingham, one of the world’s leading applied soil microbiologists in regenerative agriculture.

He will talk about how soils are more than just clay, silt and sand. Healthy soils are alive with incredible biological diversity. What do San Miguel’s soils look like from a microbiological perspective, and how might we begin to bring vibrant life back to these soils?

Reserve a space at nzerriffi@yahoo.com.  70 pesos for members of El Charco and 100 pesos for non-members. Doug will be going to Haiti to help 4 NGO’s with restoration work, focusing on the food aspect of the project. All proceeds from this presentation will go to the efforts in Haiti.

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