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Soil Centric’s Summer Reading List

The long days of summer provide the perfect time to catch up on “regenerative” reads. Whether you’ll be at the edge of a lake or under a shady elm, we hope you’ll have a glass of lemonade and a great book in hand. We’ve selected a few current favorites most of which are centered on the themes of relationship to and love of place. Finding The Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the ForestSuzanne Simard (Knopf 2021) This long-awaited book by Suzanne Simard, a brilliant pioneer of plant communications, will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about the lives of our tree friends. A professor of forest ecology, Simard's profound love for and connection to the majestic forests...

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Every Landscape Can Be Healed

A few weeks ago we were chatting about real people, facing real situations in dealing with nature and harsh conditions and yet in ways beyond imagination, they still have incredible stories of change and success in regenerating highly degraded landscapes.

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Is Your Savings Account Supporting Climate Action?

Here at Soil Centric, we’re always on the lookout for organizations that are supporting regeneration, so we’re excited about our partnership with a climate-positive bank. Our new partner ATMOS Financial is offering FDIC-insured savings accounts designed to tackle the climate crisis...

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A College Student’s Path to Climate Action

From the moment I set foot on campus, I knew that University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) is the perfect environment for me. It lured me in with its beautiful beaches and the welcoming community of Isla Vista, but I stayed for the top-notch academics, insightful professors, the plethora of opportunities, and, last but not least, its history as one of the first universities in the world to establish an undergraduate environmental studies program.

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