Different environments, conditions and contamination favour different remediation approaches. Sometimes you need to start with the microbial remediation to recharge and heal the soil so that it can support life again. Other times you need to start with mycoremediation, so that the fungi can break down bigger contaminants into smaller pieces so that that bacteria and plants can then get to work. The problems we are dealing with are complex, as are the ecosystems we are working to heal. There are no simple and quick solutions, but there are many ways to work with the micro-organisms, mushrooms, and plants that are the planets finest and oldest disaster responders, alchemists, and healers. In grassroots bioremediation, we work with nature, applying a whole systems, multi-kingdom approach to planetary recovery.