Link-List of Soil Selfies from the world
Discover Soil Selfies – soils people have at home, work or play, and how they are used and valued -contributed from our planet’s places. These Soil Selfies are grouped by alphabetically region, then country, then : food for the world, family farming, natural environments, recreational places and supporting buildings and infrastructure.
Kenya, Lake Victoria, family farming- ‘I come from dirt’ inspiring permaculture family farm on volcanic soil –Mfango Island
Denmark, natural /recreational environments – Silkeborg forest on pebbly loess hills
England, Thames Valley, Stanmore Common– buried soils rediscovered and allowed to regenerate heathland biodiversity after recent topsoil is scraped away.
France, Picardie, food for the world and historic infrastructure – Somme loams for potato and grain farming and Great War cemeteries;
en francais, Picardie, sol pour les pommes de terre et les cimitiere de la Grande Guerre en Somme terreux fertils
France, Savoie, family farming – a deep sandy and pebbly soil for an alpino-permaculture family farm at the Koute a Tyon in Arvillard.
en francais, la Savoie, un solde profond, sable et avec galets pour une ferme familiale et en alpino-permaculture a Koute a Tyon, Arvillard
France, Picardie, family farming and recreation – Somme loams in a modern town providing Healthy soils for a healthy life for a home garden for some food and relaxation;
en francais , Picardie, les terreux fertils dans un jardin d’une maison moderne donnent la nourriture et la relxation
France – Haute Savoie – natural and recreation – Magland glaciated valley slope forest ;
Germany, Berlin, urban recreation – Urban Park Soil, IASS Park, Potsdam, tough anthroposol providing green space in urban environment.
Slovakia, Danube valley, farmily farming – fertile Danube alluvial loams,supporting organic rural family farm and garden with the aid of irrigation from groundwater.
Switzerland, Jura, natural and recreational use- Weissenstein Massif, pebbly steep sloped soils supporting tall green forest.
Instructions for contributing your soil to this collection are on the main Soil Selfies page
set up 4 April 2015,, last updated 27 January 2016 and still under construction