Gallant Gold Media’s Earth Café community is an ecosystem of knowledgeable people. Some are authors and journalists and various experts, as well as citizen scientists and naturalists and climate activists who are eager to share the inside info on how to accelerate the drawdown of legacy load carbon that’s stored in the atmosphere, and lock it away safely in our soil.
We also love sharing sustainability hacks.
The Earth Café is an online community. We post and comment Monday – Friday, but don’t be surprised if we sneak in some bonus content over the weekend. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to ask questions to further your knowledge on these vitally important topics.
Our dynamic, interactive information and learning ecosystem is based on the work and research of North Dakota regenerative agriculture farmer and advocate, author (Dirt to Soil), educator and public speaker, Gabe Brown, as well as Environmental Hazards expert — with a stunning 30 years of experience — Fred Siegel, and the acclaimed research of award winning soil scientist Rattan Lal at OSU.
We look forward to providing vital tips that will help you, your family and community transition to a sustainable, biodiverse, eco-friendly, carbon neutral culture.
Gallant Gold Media is an active part of the global coalition to save our habitat. We only have 5 years to pull this off. Let’s have fun while we learn new habits.
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Climate change and its solutions are very scientific, and thus complex, which has made solving the problem much more complicated.
We’ve found a way to break it all down into simple, common posts written in everyday language that’s shared through brief snapshots of information to keep the vital facts simple, and easy to grasp so that they can quickly be adopted by all.
Saving our habitat together is a lot more rewarding than learning on our own. Besides, it really does take the entire community pulling together, sharing tips and mentoring newbies along the way to reach our goal of saving the planet for future generations.
You really make a difference. The process of saving our habitat is the exact same as voting. Every single solitary person matters, just like every vote matters. We can do this! #actnow