Remineralize the Earthis creating richer soils, healthier food and a stable climate.
Soil is made up of organic matter, mineral nutrients, and microorganisms, all coming together to create a vibrant and thriving community! You will receive a hearty thanks from the RTE Team and our bi-monthly newsletter.
Thank you for getting those minerals back into our soils and the foods we eat! As well as receiving a hearty thanks from the RTE Team and a bi-monthly newsletter, you will be tuned in to our quarterly online gathering, and get all the answers to your questions and more.
The more projects we can partner on, the closer we come to re-empowering, regenerating, and revitalizing our Earth! In addition to receiving our hearty thanks, bi-monthly newsletters, and an invitation to our quarterly online interactive conference calls, you are invited to participate in a yearly online workshop.
Let's initiate projects here, there, and everywhere! In addition to the previous tier benefits, you will receive a signed archival RTE magazine from the 1990s!
Let’s plant food forests that can sustain communities in abundance for all! Including our wonderful previous tier benefits, you will receive a packet of herb seeds for an indoor or outdoor garden from one of our partnering rock dust companies.
We can regenerate forests, prevent forest fires, and stabilize the climate through remineralization! Moving forward with our wonderful tier benefits package, you will receive a large bag of BrixBlend rock dust and biochar for your garden on behalf of Rock Dust Local.
About Remineralize the Earth
I am Joanna Campe, the founder of Remineralize the Earth (RTE) and since the 1980s, I have been a passionate advocate for remineralization and a pioneer of regenerative agriculture. In 1996, RTE became a nonprofit organization with the mission to show the world that finely ground rock dust and sea-based minerals are an inexpensive and efficient way to increase crop yields, produce more nutritious food, restore and protect our soils and forests, and sequester atmospheric carbon to stabilize the climate.
Through our education and outreach, projects, research, and advocacy, RTE facilitates a worldwide movement that brings together gardeners and farmers, scientists and policymakers and the public to create better soils, better food, and a better planet.
When we first started, the science behind remineralization wasn't well known. Thanks to the generous support of our donors, we were able to create the only online research database documenting research that showed remineralization is a cheap and impactful way to revitalize our soils, culminating in our seminal book: https://www.amazon.com/Geotherapy-Innovative-Fert...
Now that we have the scientific community behind us, we can focus on the important work of execution. We want to increase the awareness of remineralization as a strategy to combat climate change and initiate projects across the globe.
Remineralization enables farmers to produce higher yields and more nutritious food. Perhaps most importantly, it offers a “beyond organic” alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides. We can eliminate nitrogen runoff, protect waterways and de-acidify the oceans.
Soil remineralization is simple, intuitively learned, and applicable at the community level. What is required is the planet’s most abundant resource. Rocks! We can move from an era of economics based on scarcity to one of abundance through the power of rock dust.
The solution to climate change is right under our feet. Join us on a new path towards sustainability.
Our supporters donate $2 (or more) per month. If you prefer to make a one-time gift, click here. You can contribute by check by sending your contribution to us at 152 South Street, Northampton, MA 01060 USA.
Thank you for supporting our work! Your contribution supports our soils, foods, and forests and climate – Thank you for all you do for the Earth!
Remineralize the Earth sends our gratitude to you through this inspirational instrumental that flows into hip hop lyrics composed and performed by Peter Qualtere Burcher (PQB).
1 – Let’s Remineralize! Science Ed K-12
2 – Initiate agroforestry projects in the post-hurricane Caribbean
3 – Support our research and campaign to transition from the current model of industrial agriculture, taking us beyond organic through remineralization and other regenerative practices.