Edited by Nance Klehm, illustrations by Julie Wu
Chicago, IL: Terra Fluxus, 2024
Pages: 60
Dimensions: 7 in x 8.5 in
Cover: paperback
Binding: perfect bound
Process: Risograph
Color: black, brown, blue and green Risograph ink
Edition size: 100
ISBN: none

This is the first in a series of conversations conducted by our old friend, Nance Klehm, of Social Ecologies.

Includes: journalist and critic Anjulie Rao calls for equitable stewardship of urban spaces, MarkMcIntyre speaks on New York City’s Clean Soil Bank, soil scientist S. Perl Egendorf champions creating technosoils for urban landscapes, Cornell extension agent and composter Kwesi Joseph sings the praises of soil mineralization, poet Timothy Otto tells a tale of repairing relationship with both contaminated land and his father and bio-geo-chemist Johannes Lehmann shares his long history working with biochar.

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