We are working in Troy, NY (USA) and Arica, Chile to build healthy relationships between people and soil. This means discovering the ways that we rely on soils in our communities, as well as detecting contaminants – like lead and arsenic – that sometimes make soil hazardous. We want to build safer soils in the places where we live, work, and play. Curious? Check out our comic book and, if you live in Troy, consider becoming a Soil Justice Fellow at the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Summer 2021!

Project News

Using Red Cabbage to Measure pH

One of the bulletin boards in the hallway outside of the Ramírez-Andreotta laboratory at the University of Arizona had the following poster that describes how to use red cabbage for measuring pH: It may be Read more…