Humanity can build healthy soil. Here are resources to get involved, starting right where you are.

From gardening and composting tips to free soil health education for your little ones, we create resources to support you with optimistic solutions for planetary/individual health, collective healing, and science-backed hope. 

Stay tuned for more resources coming soon to this page! 


Today, your purchasing choices are more powerful than ever. Regenerative agricultural systems produce healthier and tastier food, support clean air and water, and contribute to a future we can proudly pass on to our grandchildren. The following guide will illuminate the ways we can help build, support, and contribute to these systems right now, by making mindful purchasing decisions, starting today.


This free middle school curriculum that we developed in partnership with Life Lab is designed to introduce young people to the magic of soil and the fascinating connection it has to the food we eat, our health and our climate. The 5-lesson curriculum, written to serve as supplemental material for the Next Generation Science Standards, teaches about the carbon cycle, photosynthesis, soil science, various agricultural practices, and concludes with a regenerative soil-based project. 

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You might not think much about the soil under your feet. It’s just dirt, right? Actually, soil is an essential foundation for all life on earth! Soil affects the food we eat, the nutrients our natural ecosystems need, the air we breathe, and the climate that makes our planet habitable. Crazy connections, right?

Here’s the problem: Earth’s healthy soil is rapidly disappearing. This is impacting our food supply, ecosystems, and air. It is also speeding up changes to our climate.

And here’s the good news! We can all work together to restore soil’s health, and in doing so, help slow changes to our climate.  As a Soil Hero, you become a part of the solution.


What’s the big deal about soil you ask? From growing 95% of our food to creating freshwater sources to balancing our climate to being the foundation of all life on land, soil drives our optimism for what’s possible.