Stoneage Soil


Why Remineralize?

Carbon Sequestration

Healthy soil, healthy crops, healthy people

More Information about Rock Dust:

Articles on rock dust for CO2 sequestration:

  1. Removal of atmospheric CO2 by rock weathering holds promise for mitigating climate change (Nature, 2020)
  2. Spreading rock dust on fields could remove vast amounts of CO2 from air (The Guardian, 2020)
  3. Rock Dust in Farming: A Potential Strategy to Help Close the Climate Gap (, 2018)
  4. Rock Dust Could Be Farming’s Next Climate Solution (Smithsonian, 2020)
  5. Simulating carbon capture by enhanced weathering with croplands: an overview of key processes highlighting areas of future model development (Royal Society, 2017)
  6. Understanding the long-term carbon-cycle: weathering of rocks - a vitally important carbon-sink (Skeptical Science, 2013)
  7. Rock’s power to mop up carbon revisited (Nature, 2014)
  8. Farming crops with rocks to reduce CO2 and improve global food security (University of Sheffield, 2018)
  9. Geologists map rocks to soak CO2 from air (, 2009)
  10. University of California receives $4.7M to Study Carbon Sequestration with Rock Dust, Compost and Biochar (, 2019)

Dr. Tom Goreau on Rock Dust and Biochar as a Strategy for Carbon Sequestration

Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation researching Rock Dust for CO2 sequestration

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