MakeSoil is an online platform powering a global movement to help communities make soil together. MakeSoil is working to break the current cycle of food coming into communities and leaving as garbage or food waste that ends up in a landfill. By recognizing that waste as a resource, this group is breaking that cycle. And, once people start making healthy soil their attention often turns to growing food locally. Best of all MakeSoil is creating a decentralized, distributed movement of carbon capture! As founder Josh Whiton, points out, this (making soil out of our food waste) is "a little piece of the climate situation that each of us has influence over."
Soil Centric's Pro Tip
If you are looking to create resilience in your community, making soil is a great way to bring neighbors together. In fact, making soil is often the first regenerative activity people have ever participated in and can lead to many other positive outcomes!