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"The Soil Food Web", A Wisdom at the End of a Hoeworkshoppresented by Bioneers

  • Subject: [cg] "The Soil Food Web", A Wisdom at the End of a Hoeworkshoppresented by Bioneers
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 15:28:50 -0400

Bioneers  will be presenting this very interesting  workshop. Dr. Ingham is
fascinating on the subject of soil. I heard her at the Organic Ag conference
Guelph Ontario this winter. If you can't go to the workshop, check out her

Wisdom at the End of a Hoe presents a two-day program, with a special
Monday evening presentation, on all aspects of the soil food web with
soil scientist Dr. Elaine Ingham, President of Soil Food Web, Inc., and
Associate Professor of Courtesy Research, Department of Forest Science,
Oregon State University. Joining Dr. Ingham will be Bob Cannard, soil
fertility innovator who grows food for Chez Panisse Restaurant, and
Gabriel Howearth, director of Siempre Semillas, an extraordinary
ten-acre botanical garden in Baja Mexico. This is a special opportunity
to learn the dynamics of the soil fertility cycle from three expert
practitioners and teachers.

What: "The Soil Food Web", A Wisdom at the End of a Hoe workshop
presented by Bioneers
Where: UC Santa Cruz Arboretum, with visits to the Center for
Agroecology Farm and Garden
When: October 22nd evening presentation,23rd & 24th all day, 2001
With: Dr. Elaine Ingham, Bob Cannard, and Gabriel Howearth
Who should come: Farmers, gardeners, soil scientists and agricultural
educators -anyone
interested in learning more about the dynamics of the soil fertility
Cost: $195
For more info: http://ww.bioneers.org, (click on Restorative Development
For Questions, or to Register: call 1-877-246-6337 toll free, or e-mail


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