Plants Suck!!! Carbon that is…

Posted on 09. Dec, 2014 by in Conferences, G3 Blog, G3 Community, Living Soil, Urban Soil Carbon Water Summit 2015


This interview with Mother Nature News and one of our Moderators, Kristin Ohlson gives a great synopsis of Kristin’s Book “The Soil Will Save Us” as well as a great understanding of what is ahead of us and the future of farming. MNN: What’s the premise of the book? Kristin Ohlson: I think the big […]

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Happy World Soil Day!

Posted on 05. Dec, 2014 by in G3 Blog, G3 Community, Living Soil, Urban Soil Carbon Water Summit 2015

Happy World Soil Day! Exciting and incredible activities are happening right under our feet and discussions about it are going viral! HEALTHY SOIL IS A REALLY BIG DEAL! December 5th marks the Annual World Soil Day where all over the planet people are buzzing about soil, all of the many benefits soil provides for the […]

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Do Trees Dream?

Posted on 05. Nov, 2014 by in G3 Blog, G3 Community, Living Soil

By Marianne Simon In a strip 4 x 8, they pile the dirt. And in the dirt they dig a hole. And in the hole they put a tree. It is a young tree, delicate limbs, thin bark, roots just beginning to spread. The box is split, the tree hauled out, and it is plopped […]

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Question, Regarding Fungus…

Posted on 22. Sep, 2014 by in California Friendly, G3 Blog, HOWs, Living Soil, Watershed Basics, Watershed Wise Landscape

A mushroom in the grass

We received a great question from someone who went to one of our CFLT classes this last weekend! He asked: “Question – regarding fungi:…. I had a 1/2 (opened) bag of Organic Plus (retail bag) and found large amount of white colored strands -apparently a fungus… at the end of the strands whole formed mushrooms, with […]

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Garden Gurus Magnify Soil Food Web

Posted on 19. Jun, 2014 by in Compost Tea, G3 Associates, G3 Blog, G3 Educates, Living Soil, Professional, San Diego County

Check out this beautiful photo of G3’s San Diego Regional Coordinator, Diane Downey, as she masters techniques to count protozoa, nematodes and fungi with Dr. Elaine Ingham.

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