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Restoring Healthy Soil & Rehydrating Landscapes: Free Webinar With Nicole Masters and Zach Weiss

 
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Hi beautiful permies,

Just me again, just wanted to reach out to tell you about a webinar we’re doing next week with the world-renowned agroecologist, soil restoration expert, and author: Nicole Masters.

Over the last 2 decades, Nicole’s work has helped restore healthy soils with clients across 1.3 million acres. In this webinar, we’re going to dive into how healthy soils can rehydrate landscapes, and repair the local water cycle.




How Healthy Soil Restores Landscapes and the Water Cycle

When healthy soils are restored, stormwater is captured, infiltrated, and stored in the landscape, which stays green for longer. Storms become an asset, plants stay healthy, and the threat of droughts and wildfire are mitigated.

For a farmer or rancher, this leads to a stronger livelihood with fewer expenses and more profits. For the rest of us, this leads to healthier ecosystems.

Nicole will be sharing some incredible case studies of soil restoration and rehydration, as well as actionable steps you can take to restore your soil, and as a result, rehydrate your landscape.

This will be a great webinar, followed by a Q&A afterward on the Water Stories platform.

Details: May 13, 2021 10:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register For The Webinar!
 
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