Soil Health in New Hampshire

soil health in new hampshire

Soil Health in New Hampshire – 2021 NH Food Alliance Network Cafe Series

Soil Health in New Hampshire: From Legislation to Community Action

September 3, 2021 – 12-1pm
 
Soil Health in New Hampshire: From Legislation to Community Action

Zoom into the September 3rd Soil Health Network Café to learn more about the crucial role that living soils play in climate resilience, as well as human and ecosystem health. Discover the many actions already underway or emerging that aim to protect and revitalize this essential dimension of the Granite State. A panel featuring Rep. Peter Bixby (author of the recently passed NH Healthy Soils Bill, HB 199), Julie Davenson, Executive Director of Stonewall Educational Farm and NOFA-NH’s Policy Committee Chair, and others, will describe the opportunities and benefits that agroecological soil practices offer to farmers, eaters, and citizens. Explore ways that we can work together to create more nourishing, reliable, enjoyable, and relocalized systems of growing and eating using practices based on healthy, living soils.

The NH Food Alliance, partnered with NOFA-NH and Stonewall Farm, is hosting Soil Health in NH: from Legislation to Community Actionas part of its 2021 Network Cafe Series on September 3. Attendees will learn more about the crucial role that living soils play in climate resilience, as well as human and ecosystem health. Discover the many actions already underway or emerging that aim to protect and revitalize this essential dimension of the Granite State.

On the first Friday of each month, the NH Food Alliance will host a Network Cafe on a topic related to our collective work in the NH food system.UPCOMING NETWORK CAFE TOPICS

OCT 1, 2021 — Farm to School Month Celebrations

Contact: Colleen Stewart, 速蛙云流量怎么用:colleen.stewart@unh.edu

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