Connections: Why Regenerative Agriculture Needs Recycled Organics
Sally Brown

The importance of recycled organics in regenerative agriculture needs to be understood, not only by the municipalities that manage the feedstocks, but also by climate strategists and most importantly, state and federal agencies. Part VII
Sally Brown

Connections: What’s Cooking?
Sally Brown

Finding the ingredients to make a potting mix that plants will love from Class A digested biosolids entails trying a range of recipes, sniff tests and parameter measuring.
Sally Brown

Connections: Too Much Nitrogen To Eat
Sally Brown

We’ve gone from famine to feast when it comes to nutrients to help plants grow. One example is nitrogen. Here’s a climate-smart strategy to wean off synthetic N by using the N in recycled organics.
Sally Brown

Connections: Why Compost Is Cheapest Irrigation System
Sally Brown

The bottom line is more organic matter means that the soil holds more water. Part V.1
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Connections: Hail To The Trees … And The Biosolids

Drawdown series continues with carbon sequestration related to trees and the benefits of adding recycled organics. Part IV
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Connections: Compost — When You Can’t Decay In Place
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Adding recycled organics to soils lets them work in overdrive — enabling them to accomplish the tasks set out for soils in the Drawdown list. Part III
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Connections: Compost And Methane Avoidance
Sally Brown

How compost earned its #60 ranking in Drawdown. Part II
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Connections: Can Compost Draw Down Carbon?
Sally Brown

Series examines all the ways compost reduces CO2 in the atmosphere. Part I
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Connections: Compost + Cannabis
Sally Brown

While indoor growing may be done in the blindingly bright light, the industry as a whole is just coming out from the shadows. As an industry, composters can work with cannabis growers to reduce their environmental footprint and even improve product quality.
Sally Brown

Connections: Collective Goodness
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November/December 2019

Connections: On The Same Team
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle September/October 2019

Connections: The Maggots’ Buffet
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2019

BioCycle Trailblazer: Sally Brown, PhD, University of Washington
Sally Brown, PhD

Sally Brown is a woman with many talents and achievements.
BioCycle July 2019

Connections: Ecosystem Accounting And The Doggie In The Window
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2019

Connections: Carbon Intensity
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November/December 2018

Connections: Biochar Fundamentals
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle October 2018

Connections: Back To Composting School
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle September 2018

Connections: Silver Bullets
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2018

Connections: Thoughtful Regulations
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2018

Connections: Soil Health Indicators
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle June 2018

Connections: Recycled Paper’s Fuel Potential
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2018

Connections: Weird Weather
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle March/April 2018

Connections: O Tannenbaum
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle February 2018

Connections: Tapping Our Hidden Superpowers
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle January 2018

Connections: One Size Does Not Fit All
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle December 2017

Connections: Reinventing Grocery Shopping
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November 2017

Connections: More Green
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle October 2017

Connections: Grid Lock
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle September 2017

Connections: Talking, And Walking, The Talk
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2017

Connections: Perspectives On Plastics
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2017

Connections: Biochar Knowledge Evolution
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle June 2017

Connections: Numbers Guide
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle February 2017

Connections: Toasty Toes
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle January 2017

Connections: Price Of Progress
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle December 2016

Connections: Not So Tidy Change
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November 2016

Connections: New Green Revolution
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle October 2016

Connections: Watch Your Language
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle September 2016

Connections: Nitrogen Primer
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2016

Connections: Waste No Whey
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2016

Connections: Color Purple
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle June 2016

Connections: Aging Ain’t For Wimps
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2016

Connections: Grow Your Own
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle March/April 2016

Connections: Community Gleaning

Sally Brown
BioCycle February 2016

Connections: Bolted Lettuce

Sally Brown
BioCycle January 2016

Connections: Transpoosion

Sally Brown
BioCycle December 2015

Connections: Humanure, Biosolids And Life On Mars

Sally Brown
BioCycle November 2015

Connections: Mud Pies

Sally Brown
BioCycle September 2015

Connections: Good To The Last Grind

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2015

Connections: YIMBY

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2015

Connections: California Almonds

Sally Brown
BioCycle June 2015

Connections: Water Jobs

Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2015

Connections: Pride In Product

Sally Brown
BioCycle March/April 2015

Connections: Dirty Plastic

Sally Brown

Connections: Counting The Drops

Sally Brown

Connections: Understanding Urban Soil Lead

Sally Brown
BioCycle December 2014

Connections: Dirt Cheap
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November 2014

Connections: Gaining Perspective
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle October 2014

Connections: A Better WARM
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle September 2014

Connections: Navigating Clear Water Rules
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle August 2014

Connections: Good Habits
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle July 2014

Connections: Appropriate Technology
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2014

Connections: Manure Universe
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2014

Revisiting Urban Water Infrastructure
Green storm water infrastructure, such as this rain garden in Portland, Oregon, is becoming increasingly common to capture and infiltrate rainwater. Compost is often used in the engineered soil mixes for the rain gardens.

Transitions to practices such as green storm water infrastructure, grey water use and recycling treated wastewater are becoming more common. Part II
Sally Brown
BioCycle May 2014

Connections: Teamwork!
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle February 2014

Connections: Best Of Many Worlds
Sally Brown

Sally Brown
BioCycle November 2013