Without Plants there is only Dirt!
The relationship between plants and soils is a complex system
All growers are harnessed with their own set of constraints and opportunities
soil conditions, geographic conditions, finances, equipment infrastructure, mineral availability, biological diversity...
Products applied and tools used are all human interventions that effect the relationship between plant and soil
A model is needed to understand the effects of human intervention
enabling productive conversations about sustainably regenerating soils, growing high quality foods and the benefits and short comings of any product, tool or idea that comes along
Nourishment From the Ground Up
Nigel is the Director and Curriculum Developer
of the Sustainable Regenerative Gardening Program at
The Institute Of Sustainable Nutrition (TIOSN).
The Institute Of Sustainable Nutrition integrates traditional food wisdom with the science of nutrition, creating a hands-on and innovative model of holistic health education.
Classes infuse sustainable, regenerative gardening, culinary skills, kitchen medicine, and sustainable foraging to nurture the relationships between soil health, plant health, human health, and environmental health.
Director/Curriculum Developer of
Sustainable Regenerative Gardening at
The Institute of Sustainable Nutrition
P.O. Box 202
West Granby, CT 06090
© 2024 Nigel Palmer