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Life in Soil Impacts Life Above Groundi
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April 17, 2013 10:14 PM
Talk of protecting the environment and slowing climate change usually focuses on the air and water. But this year’s winner of the prestigious Tyler Environmental Prize, honored at a Washington award ceremony April 17, says we should also be focusing on the soil, and the tiny creatures that live there. Faith Lapidus has more.

Life in Soil Impacts Life Above Ground

Published April 17, 2013

Talk of protecting the environment and slowing climate change usually focuses on the air and water. But this year’s winner of the prestigious Tyler Environmental Prize, honored at a Washington award ceremony April 17, says we should also be focusing on the soil, and the tiny creatures that live there. Faith Lapidus has more.


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