Soil Matters

We tend to take the ground beneath our feet for granted, but soil is a defining feature of the landscape around us, in the garden and on the trail.

 

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Garden Stories

January 01, 2005 by Anne Hayes

The old saw about weather in San Francisco—if you don’t like it, walk a block—could also be applied to Bay

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Getting Grounded

January 01, 2005 by Anne Hayes

Long, long ago, in a time before time, the place where we now live was a deep sea. Beneath the

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Notes from Underground

January 01, 2005 by Mike Koslosky

It is often the smallest things that get overlooked, and life in the soil is probably the most neglected habitat

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Resources for Healthy Soil

January 01, 2005 by Sue Rosenthal

General Information Sources and Websites
Bio-Integral Resource Center
www.birc.org
(510)524-2567
Extensive information resources for least-toxic pest management.
California Integrated Waste

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Soil-Friendly Practices

January 01, 2005 by Anne Hayes

Organic matter is the most important part of the soil because it is fodder for the many organisms that keep

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Soil Matters

January 01, 2005 by Bay Nature Staff

We tend to take the ground beneath our feet for granted, but soil is a defining feature of the landscape around us, in the garden and on the trail.

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