The Sonoma Ecology Center and Pacific Biochar present the public premiere showing of Dirt Rich on Monday, May 21, 7:00 PM, at the Sebastiani Theaterin Sonoma, CA. This environmental documentary that takes viewers on a journey through a multiplicity of carbon drawdown solutions that simultaneously address two of the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges: unsafe atmospheric carbon levels that drive global warming, and depleted soils that are in desperate need of carbon.
With scientists predicting only 65 harvests left, and atmospheric
carbon levels already over 400 parts per million, the challenge is
to act now and fix two problems at once! Dirt Rich helps empower people to do so.
“Unless we undertake very serious work making our soils healthier,
re-vegetating the land, not doing things that release the carbon from
the soil, there’s no way we can deal with the climate crisis.”
-Kristin Ohlson, author of The Soil Will Save Us.
Please join us for the first public showing of this film shot around the world – including here in Sonoma.
Mon, May 21
$20 donation (includes 1 drink)