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Get Serious About Soil

GRAEME SAIT INTERVIEW - Graeme is serious about soil

How soil can save the planet - Graeme Sait has the essentials. Kimbriki sponsored Graeme to speak at a forum on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, for International Year of Soil 2015. Peter Rutherford interviewed Graeme about the things anyone can do.

 

SOIL EVENT Dee Why RSL

How soil can save the planet - Kimbriki sponsored Graeme Sait, Costa Georgiadis and Peter Rutherford to speak at a forum on the Northern Beaches of Sydney for International Year of Soil 2015. Peter Rutherford interviewed Graeme about the things anyone can do. This is over 2 hours, so take a peek at the interview first.

 

The 'Costa gets Serious about Soil' was a great night, though unfortunately cut short by a multi - suburb black out. Anyone who was there or who missed the night can find the notes from both Peter Rutherford's talk and Graeme Sait's talk here. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p3znacg4mg3szee/AABzqOIXJOKa9L6w9W7gEARwa?dl=0

Resources and videos will continue to be added, including the continuation of Graeme's talk recorded the next day. A Question & Answer is also planned for this page. Find out how you and humus can save the world!

Things I can do

  • Have a worm farm for my food scraps.
  • Compost my food scraps, garden trimmings and raked leaves.
  • Turn it into HUMUS – Stable Carbon!
  • Use castings, liquid and compost in my garden.
  • Book a workshop at Kimbriki.
  • Join the local permaculture group.
  • Grow some food.
  • Try to buy organic food at farmer’s markets.
  • Care about how food is grown.
  • Add minerals such as rock dust & dolomite to compost and soil.
  • Add fibre and diverse microbes by adding recycled soils to my soil.
  • Add microbial innoculums - kelp, humic acid, fulvic acid.
  • Encourage my family, friends and work colleagues to start ‘making Humus’.
  • Buy and promote the use of recycled soil and mulch.
  • Support banks that invest in Australian farms.
  • Invest in sustainable development.

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