Terraforming the Desert- Regenerating Ecosystems Series with Neal Spackman
The second part in a series of Ecosystem Regeneration webinars with Neal Spackman.
How do you convert one of the hottest, driest climates on earth into an ecosystem which can support a whole tribe of people? How do you repair lifeless rock into living soil?
Neal Spackman faced one the most challenging climates on the planet when he started managing the Al Baydha Project in Saudia Arabia.
Over the course of 6 years, he has worked with settled nomads to convert a desolate site into a functioning system that creates soil, sequesters carbon, and increases groundwater levels.
In the second part of our series, Neal will dive deep into the science and practice of how he has been able to start terraforming the Saudia Arabian desert with his own kind of tree crop farming.
Whether you're interested in large scale ecosystem regeneration, growing food in a dryland future, or starting a farming project in the desert, this webinar will have something for you.