Creating soil that holds water should be the goal of all humans who take care of any land. Why? When soil holds water, rain soaks in rather than rushing off and causing floods. This kind of soil is also better in times of drought, when soil can turn to dust and be blown away. My guest Pete Van Dyck is a restoration ecologist, and in this program talks about practical solutions to the recurring problem of drought and floods.
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