Farmer and activist Pashon Murray of Detroit shows the urgent need to restore balance of carbon to reverse global warming. Carbon is necessary to and is life, she explains, but it has gotten out of balance, trapped in the sky due to human consumption. She offers encouraging and practical solutions, such as composting, to bring the carbon back to the soil where it belongs to restore the health of our planet.


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  • Help tell the Soil Story in your own way (and language) with these open source resources.
  • Farmers in Detroit, such as Michigan Urban Farming Initiative, transform derelict lots into thriving farms. Learn more about their work feeding and educating their community.
  • Compost your food scraps to help restore the soil near you. If your city provides composting services, simply set your food scraps aside and place them in the bin. Otherwise, you can practice backyard composting.

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