It takes 100 years for an inch of topsoil to form naturally.  Yet with our current erosion we may lose more than eight times that in the next 15 years.  Our extreme climate change weather may increase these losses.  Good farming/gardening practices can help prevent this by alternating cover crops between cash crops, growing deep rooted plants perennially, improving management of grazing land, etc.  Helping farmers achieve these practices should be a priority. Source  –  Catalyst

Earth Savers is a series of quick conservation notes from Christ & St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Caring for Creation

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Pub Theology Club

Pub Theology Club is a community of respect where young adults can explore questions about humanity and the divine without fear and without judgment. We meet every other week. Sometimes…

Thursday Holy Eucharist, Rite II

Christ & St. Luke's 560 West Olney Road, Norfolk, VA, United States

Join us for a mid-week Holy Eucharist in the chapel.

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