Articles about soil

Economic Boon or Bust? It Depends on Who Owns the Land..

Sometimes, it is only just a unrealistic dream. You could be a farmer with large fields, growing vast quantities of grain to feed the world. Or, you could be an organic farmer with small, “organically” grown fruits and vegetables sold … Continue reading

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Agricultural Nutrient Run-off: “Like Death by 1,000 Cuts.”

There is a special sensation that comes from a long ride that passes green fields. Some of those fields produce grains for human consumption. Some produce grass used for grazing cows and sheep and horses. With heads down, these animals … Continue reading

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Principles of Hima

  Imagine the earliest emergence of a movement that recognized the need for environmental governance. Although, the urgency for environmental protection (and correction) seems to have accelerated in recent years, for many of today‚Äôs young adults, there never was a … Continue reading

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