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Soil microbiology analysis

Send me your soil, compost or worm farm samples for microscopy analysis to determine its health. This includes measurement of fungal to bacterial biomass, and counts of bacterial and fungal predators which release nutrients for your plants. Receive a report of the analysis, images and/or videos of the organisms found in your samples.

Soil microbiome health consultations

Work with me to improve the microbiome of your soil, worm farm or compost using simple principles, techniques and practices. Let’s design the system that works for you specific situation.

Worm farm construction and development

Learn to create continuous flow through worm farms to cultivate beneficial soil microbes with particular focus on increasing fungal biomass and microbial predator numbers to increase nutrient availability to your plants.

Fungal dominated compost construction and development

Learn to create composting systems to cultivate beneficial soil microbes with particular focus on increasing fungal biomass and microbial predator numbers to increase nutrient availability to your plants.

Community education

Host me as a presenter for your community group, work place, council, school, and events. My presentations focus on soil microbiology, mycology (the world of fungi), beneficial invertebrates such as bees, termites and ants.

Courses

Learn to use a microscope to examine the microbiome of your soil, compost or worm farm samples.
Learn about and understand the science of the soil microbiome and how to cultivate it for crop production, gardening and ecosystem regeneration.
Learn about the magical and vital world of fungi and how to work with these superheroes to regenerate soils and ecosystems.

Units and lessons for school curricula

Ask me to design and create lesson plans and units for K-12
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Citizen science

I create and lead citizen science projects to engage the community in science
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