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I'm going to attempt to remember to post a link to every YouTube video I can find from Dr. Elaine Ingham.

I wonder what the opinion of my fellow permies is on whether I should make a new comment for each video link or just edit new ones into this original post?

Here is the most recent one that I have found. Just spotted it today.




I found a new good introduction to soil biology and it's importance in gardening and farming from the good Dr. It dives right in to get any newcomers to her work ready for the mental beating her full course will deliver.

I watched the whole common ground series last year and was totally enraptured by it. Wish I had more time to sit and study it like a college class....soo much information.

Watch "The Roots of Your Profits - Dr Elaine Ingham, Soil Microbiologist, Founder of Soil Foodweb Inc" on YouTube

 
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Thanks Skip for posting the video's. I just started the Life in the Soil Classes and any additional supplementary information will help.
 
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here is an article based off of mine others learnings from her. One of my greatest mentors.
Check out this article on one of the most revolutionary techniques for going organic, maintaining soil fertility and even fighting plant disease. A real soil solution! Accelerate succession and evolution and abundance follows. Demystifying compost tea and extract.
https://treeyopermacultureedu.wordpress.com/chapter-8-soils/compost-teas-and-extracts/
 
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Here is the link to the playlist for a large course Dr. E. Ingham gave called "Common Ground" in 2012. It consists of 18 videos almost 2 hours each video.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEF3AC2CFE07692A4

Here is the link to the first video in the series. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/a5Lbag-4Dew?list=PLEF3AC2CFE07692A4
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Embedding the first video for ease of watching!

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Skip LaCroix wrote:



This video was life-changing for me! I don't have much time to watch videos, and I'm sure others are in the same boat. If you only have a few hours to watch videos, this one is invaluable!
 
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Thank you. I did see a few of Dr. Elaine Ingham's lectures (in youtube videos), but with this thread it's easier to find more of them.
 
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Youtube suggested me another one now. This is a 'part 2', maybe there's a 'part 1' too. I'll help adding more in this thread.

 
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Another one:

 
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Thank you one and all for these postings. I've watched the first-posted video and am jittery with excitement. I understood generally about soil vs dirt and that disturbing soil is not healthy for it or plants. The information Dr I provides will help me further grow my soil, and more clearly explain to others why the "green revolution" farming/ranching methods are more harmful to life than beneficial.
 
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I'm watching Dr Elaine Ingham speaking on soil and it is so very informative. I onl would wish that the camera was angled to capture what is on the screen behind her as she shares the illustrations for her talk.  Such a shame to miss out on seeing this.  Did anyone else capture the screen and would be willing to provide a set of slides?
 
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