Land Listener Deep Dive
October 10 and 11 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Over the past 10 years White River Junction and surrounding towns have been dealing with recurring issues related to flooding, erosion and stormwater runoff. Growing the soil carbon sponge can be an effective way of creating a more resilient landscape in order to deal with effects of extreme weather. This workshop is appropriate for home owners, land managers, planners, policy makers, farmers and anyone else interested in helping our communities become more resilient.
Based on the huge popularity of our Land Listeners one-day workshop series this summer (a joint effort between the National Grazing Lands Coalition and the Soil Carbon Coalition), Cat Buxton and Didi Pershouse will be teaching this two-day deep dive workshop. This will be a chance to learn, practice, and/or deepen your monitoring skills, try using the free atlasbiowork.com open data platform, and connect with our growing community of people leading soil health initiatives in their communities. The class will be held from 9:30 am to 4 pm on Wednesday and Thursday in the fantastic permaculture gardens at the Center for Transformational Practice in White River Junction, Vermont.