Linda Poole

NCAT Regenerative Grazing Specialist
From the Belgrade (Montana) News comes a short article by the Gallatin Conservation District touting biochar and wool pellets to improve soil fertility and water holding capacity:

In conclusion, if you want to try something natural, sustainable, and good for your soil, you may want to use “black gold” or “woolly wonders” in your garden this year. We always look for new ways to improve our soil at the Gallatin Conservation District Education and Outreach Center! We also have several bags of biochar available for free if anyone is interested. Want to learn more? Visit us at
For obtaining information, I would like to thank NCAT ATTRA sustainable agriculture for the excellent articles on biochar and Kami and Reid Noyes for their hard work in raising sheep sustainably and bringing the wool pellet machine to our neck of the woods!

Read the article here.

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