Category Archives: Indigenous wisdom and practice

the botanical mind – looking deeper within

For anyone who likes to ‘root around’ and ponder some of the deeper questions today’s episode of Sarah Wilson’s podcast Roots and All The Botanical Mind is a fascinating exploration of the relationship between humans and the natural world, through … Continue reading

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polyculture learning

Recently I have published number of posts on topics such as ‘polyculture eyes’, trust, and welcoming the wild.  However that is not to say that forest gardening is all or only about allowing nature to have a free for all … Continue reading

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Song of Water

Song of Water is a blog post written by James McGowan for the Dark Mountain website which I am re-blogging here.  It beautifully illustrates the depth of the relationship with nature that most humans have lost a long time ago, … Continue reading

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Forest Wisdom from North America — HEALING FOREST

This is the kind of harmony that we also need to find with our gardens such that garden and gardener are inextricably linked to our mutual benefit:   Connections between the healing of our society and the healing of our land. … Continue reading

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