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Healthy oceans depend on healthy soil!

Regenerative Agriculture and oceans
The Path to healing our oceans is right under our feet. Soil

Did you know approximately eighty percent of pollution to the marine environment comes from the land, as a result of water runoff and soil erosion. Runoff carries with it the pollutants, chemical fertilisers, and the soil itself from our farms and ranches. (Average erosion per acre per year on U.S. farmland – 4 tons). Australia is no different. We've adopted these same methods of agriculture. Healthy soil is aggregated (glued together by microbial substances) and covered by plants. When it rains water infiltrates into the soil instead of running off and causing erosion.

As water goes through healthy, carbon-rich soil, the soil filters out many heavy metals and toxins, like your home carbon water filter does. When the soil is alive, it can significantly reduce how much nitrogen is contaminating our freshwater supplies by tying it up and/or reducing runoff. Additionally, when our farming builds healthy soil (instead of destroying it) we can eliminate the use of toxic chemicals thus eliminating the potential of contamination of our watersheds. Simply: building back healthy soils can save our watersheds and essential marine life. Learn more by visiting

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Laslo Keller
Laslo Keller
Sep 25, 2023

Absolutely, healthy oceans are closely connected to healthy soil! The intricate web of life on Earth depends on these two vital resources. Soil erosion and pollution can lead to detrimental effects on our oceans, so it's crucial to focus on sustainable land management practices.

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