Thursday Nov 10, 2022

The Soil Food Web

Today's guest, in an interview recorded by co-host David Bilbrey, is the microbiologist and soil researcher Dr. Elaine Ingham. In this episode they look at:

  • The microbiology of soil
  • The impact of this life on the health of our plants and agricultural system
  • How we can be citizen scientists
  • The power of a microscope to bring all these ideas together, right in front of our eyes.

All wrapped in a framework so we can understand the importance of healthy, living soil for human well-being, as individuals, participants in a community, and citizens of the world. 

Find out more about Dr. Ingham's work on soil microbiology at soilfoodweb.com.
Her classes and other work with Environment Celebration Institute at
environmentcelebration.com.

Related Interviews
Dan Kittredge - Nutrient Dense Foods
Stephen Harrod Buhner - The Citizen Scientist
Elizabeth Farnsworth - GoBotany! and Citizen Science

Resources

Dr. Ingham’s CV
Soil Food Web
Environment Celebration Institute
Dr. Ingham's Online Classes
Ecological Monograph (1985 - PDF)
EcoThinkIt

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