Nature’s ecosystems drawdown carbon from the atmosphere through photosynthesis and store it in the soil through synergistic relationships within the living community to improve soil health. The urgency of climate change requires us to rapidly scale the applications of Soil Health for climate stability, moderating temperatures and extreme weather, food security and water abundance.
How does Soil Health provide climate change solutions?
How can Soil Health cool the heat island of cities?
How can Soil Health benefit our food systems?
What can we do in our gardens, on farms, and throughout our state?
Elizabeth Guimarin consults, advises, and educates on Soil Health related to carbon drawdown, restoring water cycles and ecosystems to reduce risks and regenerate water abundance and climate stability.
Elizabeth has an education and background in environmental chemistry with a MS in Soil Science. Elizabeth is an experienced program and project manager in science, technology, and education services for companies and nonprofit organizations.