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Urban Soil Water Summit

Urban soil security changes our climate destiny. Our future prosperity is at stake in the face of increasingly complex problems including: drought, access to clean air and water, extinction of wildlife that supports our food supply, and other negative effects of climate change. In order to build truly resilient cities, we need leaders who are able to provide innovation and a break from the practices and thinking that got us to this point.

2/24/2015 to 2/25/2015
When: 2/24/2015
7:30 am pst to 7:30 pm pst
Where: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Exposition Park
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles, California  90007
United States
Contact: Pamela Berstler

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Over two days in February 2015 our internationally renowned speakers, in dialogue with YOU, our Summit attendees, will share strategies for:

• Restoring urban soils

• Reducing drought

• Creating a more verdant and economically viable city, and

• Sequestering carbon in the soil biome to reverse climate change.


Here in the City of Angels, we begin the collaboration with the billions of angels in the soil biome beneath our feet  to restore the soils of America’s urban environments.

Day One Presenters include:  Dr. Elaine Ingham, Dr. Sophie Parker, Ray “The Soils Guy” Archuleta, Dr. John Quinton, Dr. Suzanne Simard, moderated by Judith Schwartz, author of Cows Save The Planet

Day Two Presenters include:  Allan Savory of the Savory Institute, Brian Von Herzen of the Climate Foundation, Dr. Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman, Sarah Gatzke from CA State Water Resources Control Board, Brock Dolman, moderated by Kristin Ohlson, author of The Soil Will Save Us

Place: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Partners to date: The Natural History Museum of LA County, Council for Watershed Health, Savory Institute, SoilFoodWeb, Inc., CA Chapter of Association of Professional Landscape Designers, The Nature Conservancy, Sempra Energy Utilities, Kiss The Ground, TreePeople, and Surfrider Foundation Ocean Friendly Gardens Program.  

There is a 10% discount for all ARCSA members (use promo code ARCSA2015)  and 12 CEU's can be earned by attending. To register for this summit and to find out more information, click here.

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