what we do

The Soil Carbon Coalition is a nonprofit organization working to advance the practice, and spread awareness of the opportunity, of turning atmospheric carbon into water-holding, fertility-enhancing soil organic matter and humus. We are doing this by asking good questions: identifying the successes of local management and leadership via time-series monitoring, with open data, and growing local capacity to ask better questions, and for a shared and shareable intelligence on landscape function, so that land managers can take informed responsibility for soil health and the function of their watersheds.

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Soil‑microbe systems are self‑organising states

by Susan Cousineau

(Instagram @susan.cousineau)
Neal, A. L., Bacq-Labreuil, A., Zhang, X., Clark, I ...

Enabling good questions

In discussions of regenerative agriculture, soil health, and climate change, it's common to encounter ...

Abe Collins: hiring farmers to grow deep topsoil watersheds

Abe Collins presented at the Grassfed Exchange in February 2018 on Landstream. A great presentation.


Bioprecipitation is about the influence of biology, such as the bacteria Pseudomonas syringae, on rainfall ...

Wilson County, Kansas: Infiltration opportunity

"Conservation Matters" from the Wilson County Citizen (Fredonia, Kansas)

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