Welcome to Remineralzie the Earth!

Here's a brief description of the areas within our site.
Here you will see the latest activity from all other pages.
Please fill out a quick bio, describing your focus, project, area of interest.
A great way to share your observations and reflections about remineralization.
View all members of Remineralize the Earth Ning.
Start a topic, share your results, questions, concerns and get advice from other members. We would be happy to answer your questions about soil remineralization for gardens, farms, orchards, forests and restoring Earth with rock dust and minerals in composting, vermiculture, recycling and more.
Read queries and the responses from experts, scientists and other members to gardeners and farmers, recorded on the forum from the previous version of Remineralize the Earth website.
Join or create new groups based on projects, locations or rock dust sources.
Share footage and photos of the results, comparisons, of your experiences for everyone to see.
Post your favorite links to articles, blog posts, research relevant to remineralization.
Post information about upcoming and past events related to remineralization.

Blog Posts

Apologies for Spam!

Posted by Joanna Campe on January 17, 2018 at 10:35am 0 Comments

Hi members,

I am afraid that you will have received some spam recently from Sophie Ryers and for that, my apologies! 

It's very tricky to have high security which makes it harder to become a member, and also at the same time, keep out all the bots and spam. 

As soon as I see a new member, if they look suspicious and particularly have not uploaded a photo, then I'll be more active in blocking them and suspending them as soon as possible. 

My best,



My RTE Volunteer Experience Through Two and a Half Years

Posted by Ray Liu on July 17, 2016 at 11:01am 0 Comments

   Two and a half years ago, I started my volunteer work here at Remineralize The Earth. I was already interested in environment protection through my family travels to National Parks across the world, and I was also passionate about website design and development, so my role as a volunteer webmaster was a perfect match.

   Although I was unfamiliar with remineralization when I first joined, it didn’t take me long for me to immerse myself in their mission of one day making…


Article: "Regenerative organic agriculture puts soil health front and center"

Posted by Chelsea Johnson on November 4, 2015 at 5:20pm 1 Comment

I came across this article entitled "Regenerative organic agriculture puts soil health front and center" today.

I work with organic farmers every day (in fact, I was on 2 organic farms today!) and…


xrd analysis of stonedust I need help

Posted by Rune Dahlgreen on July 15, 2014 at 9:44am 1 Comment


Can anyone help me with understanding this xrd analysis? It does not make sense to me, basically what i want to know is whether or not the stonedust is adequately rich in trace minerals and if it would be suitable for remineralization of soil. If anyone could guide me to the nessecary books etc. that could help me understand such an xrd analysis I would appreciate it a lot, thanks!

The analysis is attached in two parts below as links. …



I have just joined this forum

Started by Roy Grant. Last reply by Cloud Meadow Apr 23. 2 Replies

Hi,I have just joined this forum and have just ordered my first delivery of volcanic rock dust. I have been a small gardener for years but now I have had two fairly successful years of growing my own…Continue

The Drought Myth: An Absence of Water is Not the Problem

Started by Steven Dewitt. Last reply by Cloud Meadow Apr 23. 2 Replies

When we keep breaking heat records, and when droughts are being classified as national emergencies, it seems appropriate to make some observations on the crop disasters under what is commonly called…Continue

Rock Dust!

Started by Joanna Campe. Last reply by Orlando Leach Jr. Apr 5. 13 Replies



Started by Aaron Fleming. Last reply by Joanna Campe Feb 22, 2017. 1 Reply

Hello,I have recently become aware of the necessity of Rock dust in the garden and I have found a local source of rock dust. I live in Kansas and the rock around here is all limestone.From my initial…Continue


Welcome to our online community!

On behalf of the staff at RTE, welcome!  Please join our active and dynamic forum and global community. Joining our online social community is free of charge and everyone is welcome. As members, we are inviting you to start some blogs and forum topics, mention your projects, and list your events. We look forward to your participation! Join Now!!          

Exciting features

  • If you’re new to remineralization, you can get the answers to your questions in the forum
  • Share blog posts, photos and videos of your experiences with remineralization (scientific or anecdotal)
  • Network with other gardeners, farmers and scientists
  • Form groups in your area or country
  • Add links to relevant articles
  • Continue expanding our knowledge, networking base, and support of a worldwide grassroots movement dedicated to soil remineralization and stabilizing the climate

 Spreading the word

Remineralization is one of the most important missions on the planet at this time.  Together, we can remineralize gardens, farms, orchards, landscapes, and forests.  We can grow nutrient-dense food and improve the nutrition and well-being of all life. 

We can move from an economics of scarcity to an economics of abundance, as rocks and sea minerals are the most abundant resources on earth. Finely ground rock dust is a byproduct available at low cost all over the world to remineralize soils and forests and stabilize the climate. As a global community, we can transform this vision into reality.

We wish to facilitate communication, to incubate projects and initiatives of all kinds and to get news about them onto our main website from here. If you have observations and reflections about remineralization, we encourage you to start a blog. 

 Become an RTE member

Please give serious consideration to supporting Remineralize the Earth by becoming a member of our organization. Your contributions will go a long way in helping us to fulfill our mission. Your donation will go towards initiating projects worldwide such as:

  • Initiate a large scale agroforestry project in Cameroon that provides food, fuel and income to local communities
  • Partner with local organizations such as Grow Food Northampton to remineralize community gardens
  • Support our research project in Massachusetts utilizing rock dust and biochar to sequester carbon as a key strategy to stabilize the climate
  • Launch our scientific research database
  • Launch a world map and directory of mineral sources
  • Promote educational programs and class projects in which students contribute research to our worldwide database

We envision transforming the future with thriving farms and gardens that produce abundant healthy nutrient-dense food, exuberant forests, and a stable climate through remineralization.

For a green and remineralized Earth,

Joanna Campe,
Executive Director


  • Add Photos
  • View All


Site Description

this is an example of a notes page.

Created by Scott Miller Apr 12, 2012 at 11:35am. Last updated by Scott Miller Apr 12, 2012.

Notes Home

Welcome! To view all notes, click here.

Created by Scott Miller Apr 12, 2012 at 11:33am. Last updated by Joanna Campe Apr 12, 2012.

Latest Activity

Hannah Katharine Vogel is now a member of Remineralize the Earth
George Cantley joined Rocky's group


Which brand/brands or types of rock dust do you use, and how good are they?See More
Apr 26
George Cantley is now a member of Remineralize the Earth
Apr 26
Cloud Meadow replied to Roy Grant's discussion I have just joined this forum
"I have purchased the intelligent gardener and silimar books on soil testing."
Apr 23
Cloud Meadow liked Cloud Meadow's profile
Apr 23
Cloud Meadow replied to Steven Dewitt's discussion The Drought Myth: An Absence of Water is Not the Problem
"You need to read the whole article. It is quite good. Basically it is saying remineralisation is an important part of drought proofing."
Apr 23
Theresa Hutchinson liked Roy Grant's discussion I have just joined this forum
Apr 21
Theresa Hutchinson posted a status
"Today I am venturing into the world of remineralizing our garden. I'm not sure where to find resources yet, but I'm starting here."
Apr 21
Rocky updated their profile
Apr 19
Cloud Meadow joined Invisible Gardener's group

Brix, Rock Dust, Refractometer

Lets talk about how using rock dust can raise your Brix readings. What a refractometer is and how to use it. Also what is Brix?See More
Apr 18
Cloud Meadow joined Rocky's group


Which brand/brands or types of rock dust do you use, and how good are they?See More
Apr 18
Cloud Meadow is now a member of Remineralize the Earth
Apr 18
Shabbeer Syed is now a member of Remineralize the Earth
Apr 9
Theresa Hutchinson is now a member of Remineralize the Earth
Apr 6
Orlando Leach Jr. replied to Joanna Campe's discussion Rock Dust!
"Hi Rocky, I'm sorry, I can't really give you good information about cat litter or even bentonite. We recommend utilizing hard-silicon rock dust. Please download the RTE primer.  Best, Orlando at RTE"
Apr 5
Rocky replied to Joanna Campe's discussion Rock Dust!
"Cat.litter.clay.as.a.rock.dust?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bentonite Clumping.versus.non.clumping.cat.litter?"
Apr 3

© 2018   Created by Joanna Campe.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service