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Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 1
Erik Swartzendruber | December 17, 2021

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 1: Introduction to Soil Carbon Sequestration Improving soil and solving climate

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 2
Erik Swartzendruber | December 16, 2021

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives.   Part 2: Root exudates          In the first

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 3
Erik Swartzendruber | December 15, 2021

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 3: Making organic matter stay in the soil       

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 4
Erik Swartzendruber | December 14, 2021

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 4: Increasing organic matter levels more quickly In science class, many

Healthy Soil Helps the Planet! Part 5
Erik Swartzendruber | December 13, 2021

Welcome to the Willamette Valley Regenerative Landscape Coalition Soil Carbon Blog series! The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author of this five-part blog series do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Benton Soil & Water Conservation District representatives. Part 5: Limits to soil carbon sequestration There is understandable hype about

Regenerative Garden Planted in Corvallis’ Central Park
Owen Dell | December 12, 2021

“The world gives us so very much. It gives us our life. All of our neighbors — the ants, spiders, salmon, geese, sharks, seals, cottonwoods, chestnuts — are doing the real work of keeping this planet going. Isn’t it time we did our share?” –Derrick Jensen, from “Endgame: Resistance” The WVRLC is always on the

Gardening As If the World Depends On It
Teresa Matteson | December 7, 2021

Signe Danler teamed up with Emily Klammer to create this one-page, print-ready poster of six simple actions to improve your garden and the world.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #12
Pam Wilson | October 29, 2021

In this twelfth installment of Pam Wilson’s Emergency Preparedness Series, she shares ideas to help you prepare for wildfires, power outages, and sheltering in place.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #11
Pam Wilson | October 8, 2021

In this post, Pam discusses tasks to revisit this month, emergency services, emergency water storage, and where to get info about daily burn regulations.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips # 10
Pam Wilson | September 10, 2021

In Pam Wilson’s tenth blog post, she reviews the process of calling 911 so you know what to expect if you ever find yourself needing to make that call. She also shares some great resources for September, which is National Preparedness Month.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #9
Pam Wilson | September 3, 2021

In this post, Pam Wilson discusses steps to prepare the zones from 5 feet to 100+ feet out from your home for wildfire.

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Emergency Preparedness Tips #8
Pam Wilson | August 26, 2021

In Pam’s 8th post, we learn about defensible space and how to protect the immediate zone, nearest the home, from wildfire.

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