Reading Group #3: Soil health vs Carbon capture
March 16 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm| Free
🌱ASEED’s third Reading Group meeting will soon take place! 🌱
Let’s grow our brains together as we discuss hot topics in our Fossil Free Agriculture Campaign. We will get cozy and dive deep into the topic of agricultural soil health, and we need your help to foster a rich co-learning environment! The next meeting will happen at the ASEED office at 17:30, March 16th. We’ll attend a voku next doors at the Dokcafe at 19:30, and we can continue our lively discussion over the meal.
For this session, we will focus on soil health – with a special look at the role of legumes. What does healthy agricultural soil look like? Why is this important for the climate and biodiversity? How can we improve soil health in our everyday lives? What do legumes contribute to the soil, and why are they important in the fight against industrial agriculture? Just like last time, we’ll provide a list of materials in different formats to look at for the session, so you can engage with the topic according to your capacity and interests. To help us create an interesting discussion and learn about these topics together, we will aim to include someone outside of ASEED with particular knowledge on the given topic.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you want to join the next reading group session, so we can send you a list of recommended materials to browse (approx. one week before the meeting). There are no requirements to attend, we just want to facilitate the opportunity to learn about these important topics together!
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