What do you know about soil carbon?

Monday, March 28, 2016 7:58PM

Learn more about soil carbon on  April 6, when the Cornucopia Project hosts a free talk and short film at the Monadnock Center for History and Culture from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Jack Kittredge and Julie Rawson will talk about producing more abundant crops through building healthier soil, followed by a short film and Q & A. Their program will change the way you look at soil, including practical things people can do to their soil, and understanding how it is the only safe place to sequester all the carbon that is currently causing climate change.

Kittredge and Rawson are owners of Many Hands Organic Farm, a certified organic farm since 1987 with a 80-member CSA.  Kittredge has been active in the Northeast Organic Farming Association for over 30 years, serving on the Certification Committee, as policy director, as carbon specialist and editor of the regional newspaper The Natural Farmer.  Rawson is the executive director of NOFA/MA. They are sought after speakers on all aspects of farm management.

For more information, email admin@cornucopiaproject.org, or visit www.cornucopiaproject.org.