A Handful of Dirt
Next time you’re working in the garden, take a minute to appreciate the soil. In “A Handful of Dirt,” Ray Bial examines one of Earth’s essential building blocks – dirt. Food, fuel and fiber all share an origin with soil, and lots of microscopic creatures make their homes there, making food for insects, which then become food for living creatures above the ground.
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Stunning photographs accompany Bial’s words, diving deeper into the world of dirt and how it affects our everyday lives. He also explores what resides in dirt, including earthworms, moles, mushrooms and more. Each of these living things has a role to play in the makeup of soil.