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Sophie Strand perceives soil not merely as the outermost layer of the Earth's crust, but as a vibrant, living entity teeming with infinite stories and complex interconnections. To her, soil is a sacred web of life, an intricate tapestry woven from decomposed organic matter, myriad microorganisms, and mineral particles. It is both a fertile bed for new beginnings and a repository for the cyclical dance of decay and rebirth. In this living matrix, every root, worm, and fungal thread participates in a perpetual dialogue, creating a symphony of life that sustains the web of existence. For Sophie, soil embodies the essence of life's resilience and adaptability, a testament to the enduring creativity of nature's processes.

See also: root system, compost heap, mycorrhizal system, mycelium

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