Na­ture’s Cy­cle

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In healthy soil, there are more liv­ing or­gan­isms un­der­ground than above ground, from mi­cro­scopic bac­te­ria and fungi to clearly vis­i­ble worms. “It’s said that a tea­spoon of healthy soil con­tains more micro­organ­isms than all the peo­ple on earth,” says Gabe Brown, a North Dakota farmer and re­gen­er­a­tive pioneer. And those or­gan­isms are es­sen­tial for nu­tri­tious food, re­silient farm­land, and clean air.

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