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Students using one's communities as classrooms, networking ER priorities locally and afar, gaining basic human nuts and bolts, via like ecosystem/season and subjects, can be a very efficient way for all to focus directly together.
We welcome all to reflect w/our site pages and come talk, sharing what works/what doesn't. As you and your community create upon humanity's options to create your local `plan, interrelating, creating upon ideas w/a `transitional shift message board (TSMB). Where each able person posts one's needs/offerings or for one unable, while a rep posts for one's group on to starting one's local `plan, or in progress. Together restoring the ecological `enhanced healthy working communities, w/neighbors.
We suggest gather all, have a natural local wild food potluck, w/follow up meets, celebrating along the way one's good fortunes to have such tools of the times to work together to go figure, working within earth/space systems in peace!
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If subscribe to these folks, they will send you a "Herbal Tea Throughout The Seasons" Ebook!
Please check out Adam's new videos, and see important update about the Angel Wing mushroom, deadly or not?
See what I just harvested and making an elixir;
Thank you Adam! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvOvKc4jqBY
See Adam Haritan's new youtube video;
Locating Wild Deer Truffles- Learn Your Land!
Thank you Paul and Mom!
As well Dr. Yun Wang, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) customizes formulas to rid if cught early enough and if not one dies w/less suffering , from our experiences. But nothing as bad as western medicine! He is out of Seattle, WA USA area and you can call him for help on any issue, and do it early as possible to get the best results, even cancer; 1-206-367-9180.
Let's let Rachel and Paul start the page sharing how best to `boon w/the natural world, for it to take care of you!
Thanks Rachel and Paul for sharing what you love!
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See Geoff Lawton's workshops;
And most important, what every local `plan you have or start, please see;
I can't support enough of `Natural Justice's good work, working w/communities. Here is the Kukula's Biocultural Protocol in South Africa to fuel you to reflect and share;
Geoff shares nice story's each week as well and archive;
SOCLA agroecologists fuel our understandings of how this work can more efficiently help every community, if use these assessments to do one's local `plan:
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Please Trek w/Adam Haritan on August 25th/26th, see update:
I am excited to announce that I will be leading the Old Growth Forest Hike & Spring Water Gathering during the weekend of August 25th and 26th at Cook Forest State Park. And of course, I’d love for you to join us!
If you’ve never experienced the magnificence of Cook Forest, it truly is one of the most remarkable natural areas in Pennsylvania. This particular ecosystem encompasses one of the last remaining old growth forests in the entire eastern United States, currently hosting 11 old growth areas that total over 2,300 acres. One of these areas within the park, the Forest Cathedral, contains arguably the finest concentration of old growth trees in the northeastern United States. This special area is home to dozens of old growth eastern white pine and hemlock trees, many over 300 years old and towering above 140 feet in height!
In this event, we will hike and explore the Forest Cathedral surrounded by Pennsylvania’s tallest and oldest trees while discussing:
- Edible and medicinal plants
- Edible and medicinal mushrooms
- Tree identification, along with edible and medicinal uses
- Medicine-making using wild plants and mushrooms
- Natural history of the area
…and lots more!
For the second part of the event, we will visit a pristine spring to gather wild Pennsylvania water straight from the source. As you may or may not know, I’ve been harvesting wild water from springs all over the country as part of my personal health strategy for several years, championing the idea that nature’s wild water can provide the perfect alternative to other conventional hydration strategies (tap water, bottled water, commercial filters, etc.).
During this second part of the event, we will discuss the benefits of drinking wild spring water, the importance of developing your own personalized water strategy, and locations of other fantastic springs. You are encouraged to bring your own collection vessels so that you can harvest fresh, clean spring water following the event.
Interested? Here are more details:
What: Old Growth Forest Hike & Spring Water Gathering
When: Saturday, August 25th OR Sunday, August 26th
Where: Cook Forest State Park, Western Pennsylvania
Time: 12:00 PM — 5:00 PM
The program is geared toward adults and will entail moderate hiking (about 1.5 miles).
Please note that in order to maximize your learning experience, space is limited and registration with payment in advance is required to secure your spot.
To purchase your ticket, and to learn more about the outing, please visit the following link and choose the appropriate session:
I'd love to see you there!
Nature gives us so much, thank you critters and all involved!
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