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July 2020 Course in Rumania 'the solutions are in the soil'

 
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"Although soil life is infinitely complex, taking care of it is not. We must learn to trust the complexities and team up with all life.
Although we need healthy soils for the health of plants, animals and even the planet, we lose soils at breakneck speed. Agriculture causes desertification, erosion, deforestation, pollution and the degradation of life in general. Planet Earth is losing its biodiversity at a rate of about two hundred species per day and her climate is increasingly erratic.
Problems abound, but many solutions can be found in the soil!
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This course will be  July 1 - 5 2020, by Marc Siepman (from the Netherlands), in English. Organised by Provision in Alunişu, Rumania.
More information here: https://en.marcsiepman.nl/courses/?fbclid=IwAR3SHW2zac36plUhKn0Gw--YymOARyxpFo6NKQa_vuF5wxTC-UPc-F0GaLA
 
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