Following up on the Foundations of Food in Community film series, this panel presentation and discussion will explore the role of soil as a source of health and renewal, supporting life affirming processes from the microscopic to planetary scale, connecting people, place and community. Panelists David Wolfe, Bianca Moebius-Clune and Dorn Cox --representing research, outreach and practitioner perspectives-- will share their insights, followed by Q&A and discussion. The Cornell Soil Health Test will be highlighted as a useful holistic assessment tool for gauging soil health.
Free and open to the public, with refreshments served.
Cosponsored/hosted by New World Agriculture and Ecology Group (NWAEG) and the Food, Agriculture and Nutrition Group (FANG). Hosted at Mann Library as part of its ongoing Connected Minds, Resilient Communities programming.
Cornell Cooperative Extension, Crop and Soil Sciences (CSS), Mann Library, Horticulture, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Biogeochemistry and Environmental Biocomplexity, CALS Communications, Department of Horticulture, Graduate & Professional Student Assembly (GPSA), College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Microbiology, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Crop and Soil Sciences, Natural Resources, City and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture, Brian C. Nevin Welcome Center at the Cornell Plantations, Environmental Science, Sustainability, Engaged Learning + Research
Free and open to the public
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