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Episode 14: Why We Live Or Die By Soil Health

“We all live or die by soil, literally. We just have to remind people that it's about quality of life. It's about the food that you eat. It's about the safety and welfare of your children.” Dr. Cristine Morgan, one of the US’s premier soil scientists and Chief Scientific Officer at the Soil Health Institute shares her views on soil health: what it is, how to quantify it, what’s the payoff, and why it’s so critical to our success as a society.


Dr. Cristine Morgan is the Chief Scientific Officer at the Soil Health Institute in North Carolina. Learn more about the Soil Health Institute on their website. 



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