In Muskoka, we generate 100s of tonnes of ashes in our wood stoves and fireplaces every heating season. The ashes left over are a waste product, but
Why won’t the calcium decline problem fix itself, now that the rain is less acidic?
The problem won’t fix itself in the near term, even though the era of acid rain is largely behind us. Our soils lost a lot of calcium (Ca) during the
What is the calcium decline problem and what caused it?
FAQ: Calcium and the watershed
Elevator version: Calcium is an essential nutrient, particularly for tiny creatures called daphnia. They filter the water in our lakes, and without