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Meet our new research database director from Brazil, geologist Lucas Pozzobon de Bem!

"Though my background is primarily in geology, I mainly spoke about how remineralization could have an impact on human health by enhancing the nutritional quality of food. To show that geology affects nutrition, I engaged the audience with a simple explanation of how mineral weathering and nutrient release occur in the soil. I briefly…


Added by Joanna Campe on July 2, 2019 at 9:24am — No Comments

High PH

Dear All,
Hope you are doing well. I am working with a soil with high PH (9.5) and I am using Gypsum and green maneuver to improve it. Would like to know if any other powder rock could help as well as any other recommendation. I have almos 20 acres with a Pecan nut plantation. Thank you very much in advance. Kind regards, Enrique

Added by Enrique Mariano Stile on April 21, 2019 at 3:42pm — No Comments

Rock Dust month onDont Panic Its Organic - radio with andy Lopez Invisible Gardener


Sorry for the late announcement. I have been busy with local fires and real life. 

Please listen and or call into my radio show

this month is rock dust month. I am hoping to get Joanna on as a guest and anyone else from this group

show is on today at 1 pm and every sat

Dont Panic Its Organic - radio

Thanks and I will be coming here more…


Added by Invisible Gardener on March 2, 2019 at 3:44pm — 1 Comment

Life from Rock: EcoStone Changing the Landscape of Farming

Check out our new article on Guido Lopez and Ecostone! 

Added by Joanna Campe on March 1, 2019 at 10:30am — No Comments

Spanish River Carbonatite

I was given a couple of sample packets of Spanish River Carbonatite - The next season I tried it and was blown away by the results. Now everything I grow gets SRC (and Myke).

Added by Mike Higgs on September 4, 2018 at 5:32am — No Comments

Organic Gardening At Home

We are blessed in Southern Arizona with a very mild climate, as well as giving me guilt nowadays as I track the awful weather that is hammering the northern part of us states this month. But even up there, and all within the nation, we adequate of an import-export food industry that can get many foods all year long.

Who doesn't love chicken eggs? Have them boiled, scrambled, sunny side up, etc. Admit it, pets that live comfortably inside your home don't give anything…


Added by Joseph Decicco on July 12, 2018 at 11:28am — No Comments

Apologies for Phishing!

Dear members,

I am afraid that you will have received some spam recently from Elizabeth Waves 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. 



Added by Joanna Campe on June 1, 2018 at 7:47am — No Comments



If anyone need any basalt rock dust for gardening, lawn, farming, etc... HUPLASO is a new product from Canada…


Added by Stephane Losier on June 1, 2018 at 6:24am — 2 Comments

Apologies for Spam!

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,



Added by Joanna Campe on January 17, 2018 at 10:35am — No Comments

My RTE Volunteer Experience Through Two and a Half Years

   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…


Added by Ray Liu on July 17, 2016 at 11:01am — No Comments

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

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…


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

xrd analysis of stonedust I need help


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. …


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

Online gardening course opportunity

Hi all,

An email I received today that I thought to share with you!

Please feel free to share your thoughts and opinions!

Joanna and RTE

Valentine's Day is here. This is the day popular culture celebrates love with kisses, chocolate, gifts and cards. Retail outlets are happy to sell us anything we need for that special day. Slick marketers create unique products or prices to commemorate "love"!

Meanwhile here I sit in Minnesota looking out the…


Added by Joanna Campe on February 18, 2014 at 3:59pm — No Comments

Interesting Article

One of the projects I am working on is in Nigeria and utilizing rock dust as part of the soil remediation process from oil spills. I came across an article today that shows how much devastation is being done here in Nigeria due to poor oil industry regulations, little clean up responsibility and accountability by the oil companies, and the desperate need for this to change.…


Added by Dionna Hatch on December 4, 2013 at 10:44am — No Comments

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At an extraordinary affordable cost SEA-90 natural sea minerals replenish

complex minerals and trace elements known to be deficient in our soils,

crops, pasture grasses and livestock. Complete mineral availability results

in increased production, improved soil and gut biology, increased nutrient

density values, and healthier livestock. SEA-90 is not a mineral mined from

old sea beds but rather created from fresh natural sea water several times



Added by Joanna Campe on November 21, 2013 at 11:37am — No Comments

Hi Everyone!

My name is Keely and I'm volunteering for RTE by coordinating the organization's social media. I'll be working on spreading the word and increasing our online presence, as well as promoting the Valley Gives campaign in this next month. Hopefully with more awareness, we can drive more people to our donations page and encourage them to join the movement! I should be figuring out the PM system and everything in this next week, but please let me know if you have any suggestions or ideas to grow…


Added by Keely Yang on November 11, 2013 at 3:07pm — No Comments

Grow Your Own Nutrient-Dense Food with Tower Gardens!

If aeroponic gardening utilizes a natural source of a broad spectrum of minerals and trace elements, it allows nutrient-dense food to be available in areas that might otherwise be food deserts.

For instance, the Chicago O'Hare airport recently introduced vertical towers to make freshly harvested, locally grown produce available to the airport's restaurants right in the…


Added by skyler hawkins on February 18, 2013 at 4:20pm — No Comments

Remineralization In The Florence Community Gardens!

remineralize_final2 Watch this video of remineralization taking place last spring in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts! Here, rock dust is shown being added to the soil. When used to gardening, rock dust and been proven to increase the nutrients and vitality of gardens and plants. To learn…


Added by Joanna Campe on January 24, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Comments on Michelle Obama's AMERICAN GROWN book

This 2012 book is subtitled, The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America. I got it from the library after seeing it prominently displayed at local Whole Foods stores. Although, as I mentioned in my 16-pg. 2009 "Open Letter to the Obamas and We the People," there was at least initially some use of rock dust along with compost in the White House garden, I didn't see anything more about remineralization in reading and perusing this volume. I enjoyed the photos of kids…


Added by Don Weaver on September 17, 2012 at 9:12pm — No Comments

Hello and update from Don Weaver, co-author of THE SURVIVAL OF CIVILIZATION


Thanks to Joanna Campe for creating a new Forum/Community for Remineralize the Earth. I am joining in on her request so my knowledge and potential wisdom gained from 35 years of working for soil remineralization and Earth Regeneration might be shared with more of you. While I'm quite busy with various projects and responsibilities, not all related specifically to the need to remineralize the Earth, I will try to make time to participate here and make useful contributions. In case…


Added by Don Weaver on August 7, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

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