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Dirt! The Movie

August 20, 2010

By: Anneli Rufus, East Bay Express

Pedology is the study of soils, and that's what Ronald Amundson teaches as a soil-science professor and the chair of UC Berkeley's Division of Ecosystem Sciences. He lectures on strategies for restoring the health of the ground beneath our feet at the Albany Library (1247 Marin Ave., Albany) on Sunday, Aug. 22, following a screening of Dirt! The Movie, a film about the history and science of soil. 1:30 p.m., free. aclibrary.org

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