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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Crunching the numbers to preserve fertile farmland
The European Commission supports data collection to help protect soil and its resources from climate change impacts.
Worms, termites, microbes offer food security
Worms and termites are not likely to win hearts and minds, but they, along with lichens and microbes, are vital to food security.
The forest paradox during heatwaves
A European study has readjusted some former assumptions about the role of forests, crops and grassland in temperature regulation during heatwaves.
Wonder Worm to the rescue
Can earthworms help save the planet? ‘VermEcology’ expert Rob J. Blakemore thinks they are key for a number of very compelling reasons.
The secret is in the soil
Organic gardener and social entrepreneur John Moore explains that the secret to healthy life is in healthy organic soil.
Apples have feelings too
Japanese organic farmer Akinori Kimura grows pesticide and fertilizer-free apples in a weedy ecosystem that relies on natural soil ecology.
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