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Microbes - A Letter from Dr. Montgomery

Hi Janet,

According to David Montgomery, Ph.D., Good health - for people and for plants - depends on Earth’s smallest creatures. That may sound like a bold claim but according to the information in this free video, your health is directly related to things you can’t see.

In this riveting talk, David Montgomery takes us on an exploration of how microbes are transforming the way we see nature and ourselves - and how they could revolutionize agriculture and medicine.

Prepare to set aside what you think you know about yourself and microbes. From the garden tour gut, David Montgomery Ph.D. tells the story of our tangled relationship with microbes and their potential to revitalize agriculture and medicine.

In this video, learn about:

  • How you can build a garden as a foundation for your health.

  • The living organisms that help you build healthy soil.

  • The relationship between fertilization and root health.

  • Many more ways that you can take ad

vantage of the invisible half of nature to restore life to your soil and your body.

Watch this video now...

About David Montgomery, Ph.D.:

David R. Montgomery is a Professor of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he leads the Geomorphological Research Group and is a member of the Quaternary Research Center. Montgomery received his B.S. in geology from Stanford University in 1984, and his Ph.D. in geomorphology from University of California, Berkeley in 1991. His published work includes studies of the role of topsoil in human civilization, the evolution and near-extirpation of salmon, morphological processes in mountain drainage basins, the evolution of mountain ranges, and the use of digital topography. He has conducted field research in eastern Tibet and the American Pacific Northwest.

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