Researcher Andrew Harley Joins Our Staff

Researcher Andrew Harley Joins Our Staff

We are excited to have Andrew Harley from the University of Western Australia join our staff. He has moved from Perth to Denver, Colorado with his family. Andrew comes to us with a background in geoscience and a PhD in the area of Remineralization. As he describes in the Meet the Staff section, “[We will be working closely] to identify and pursue funding opportunities that merge growers, suppliers and scientists to further demonstrate the importance of remineralization in organic agriculture, nutrient cycling, soil remediation and CO2 cycling and sequestration.”

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