We know it’s rarely a universal fascination to talk about soil and microorganisms in the food world, but we believe it’s timely to introduce this silent engine of life into discussions of food choices.
Soil under our feet is full of bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, nematodes, and many, many other creatures. And this swarming organisms have a tremendous appetite for carbon. Plants and soil organisms work in an amazing partnerships to take carbon out of the air and put it into living matter. There’s so much ongoing debate on how to reduce greenhouse gases human activity releases to our atmosphere to save our planet - but there is only one practical and inexpensive approach | that’s to put the carbon back where it belongs, in the soil. And we can, and we will do that by taking care of our soil, farming regeneratively to conserve and rebuild healthy soil, and preferentially purchasing food grown in carbon-rich soil. It starts underground - like most revolutions. Join us. 🌱🌱🌱