Last week on the show, we talked about big rocks, and Connecticut’s glacial history, but what about the tiny stones and sediment beneath our feet?
Yes, today, where we live, we’re digging in to soil.
According to one of our guests, soil is the foundation of everything. It’s where our food grows, of course, but did you know that soil stores more carbon than vegetation?
And do you know why our soil here in New England is so rocky and shallow? What about our obsession with picture-perfect lawns and what that means for the soil below?