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Quarterly Newsletter: June 20150


Biochar Impact on Nutrient Leaching From a Midwestern Agricultural Soil0

Abstract:   Application of biochar to highly weathered tropical soils has been shown to enhance soil quality and decrease leaching of nutrients. Little, however, is known about the effects of biochar applications on temperate region soils. Our objective was to quantify the impact

Impact of Biochar on Soil Moisture0

IBI Research Summary: Impact of Biochar on Soil Moisture Updated: 5 February 2010 Authors: Kelpie Wilson and Julie Major, PhD Note: IBI Research Summaries are intended to provide answers about biochar science for the general public. These summaries are based on IBI’s review of publish

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Quarterly Newsletter: July 20140


Q&A with Chelsea Clinton at CGI U0

“[This] excerpt is from a question and answer session held for ASU media by Clinton Foundation Vice Chairman Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, March 22 at the Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University. ASU students and CGI U commitment makers Laura Chenier and

Barrett student Kathleen Stefanik makes important connections at Clinton Global Initiative University1

“Kathleen Stefanik, a Barrett Honors College Polytechnic student, found inspiration, invaluable mentorship, exposure and the opportunity to take her project further at the Clinton Global Initiative University held recently at Arizona State University. Stefanik, an industrial and

Students help increase crop production in Peru0

“A new company started by Arizona State University students will help farmers in Peru, and eventually in other under-developed countries around the world, to cost-effectively increase their crop production with the use of an ancient method of soil improvement called terra preta,

Barrett students MAKE their ideas happen0

“Kathleen Stefanik, a Barrett honors student majoring in applied psychology, is looking forward to traveling to Cusco, Peru in May to work on a project that will help people in rural farming communities live more healthfully and productively…” Read Barrett’s ar