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At the Urban Soil Summit held February 24-25 at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, BFS Director Wallace (Marty) Meyer participated in a panel discussion a “The Watershed Story: How does living soil affect ecosystem and watershed function?” in which he shared his knowledge of carbon storage in native and disturbed habitats gained from his research at the BFS. Here’s a video made for the Summit, in which Marty introduces himself, the BFS, and his research on carbon storage in sage scrub:

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