HIGH QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTION AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION (message from Biodiversity for a Livable Climate)
Independent researcher and consultant Michael Locklear will be speaking about combining high quality food production with carbon sequestration this Saturday, March 11 at 2 PM at the Friends Meeting House in Annapolis. This talk is sponsored by the Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis. The location of the talk is
Friends Meeting House
351 Dubois Road
Michael Locklear is an independent researcher and consultant with 30 years of experience in soil and nutrition research in organic farming, as well as an environmentalist and peace and health activist. Michael has published more than 200 articles on health, nutrition and alternative medicine and is a former member of the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI). He promotes adding minerals (not chemical fertilizers) to depleted soils to increase plant nutrients and enabling people to grow their own high quality food by converting lawns into productive vegetable gardens. Michael believes that when farmers realize they can increase their profits by selling better quality food through taking better management of their soil and land, they will do so without government assistance.
Read Michael’s excellent paper “A New Paradigm: Soil Centered, High Yield Intensive, Nutrient Dense Farming“.
To contact Michael: email@example.com or (961) 462-0813.