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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Growing trees with my loving hands…

Growing trees with my loving hands…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Joe Brewer retweeted: Buzzard! @ProsocialWorld @tvolmag @CulturalEvolSoc @cognitivepolicy @haidt

Joe Brewer retweeted: Buzzard! @ProsocialWorld @tvolmag @CulturalEvolSoc @cognitivepolicy @haidt


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

We are pulling invasive grass, opening space for native species, and layering mulch to help the little plants grow.

We are pulling invasive grass, opening space for native species, and layering mulch to help the little plants grow.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Joe Brewer retweeted: Gaia needs her humans – muscles, brain & heart! I love that @cognitivepolicy & friends offer their hearts, brains & muscles to the land. Land regeneration without relationship misses the point and creates more of the same!

Joe Brewer retweeted: Gaia needs her humans – muscles, brain & heart! I love that @cognitivepolicy & friends offer their hearts, brains & muscles to the land. Land regeneration without relationship misses the point and creates more of the same!


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Joe Brewer retweeted: As an ‘EdgeWalker’ participant – this has been an extraordinarily rich opportunity to meet & engage with people weaving their local communities towards a culture of regeneration. #RegenerateCascadia #Bioregion @CascadiaDept @SalmonNation @hylo @clarebear8080 @edwardwest

Joe Brewer retweeted: As an ‘EdgeWalker’ participant – this has been an extraordinarily rich opportunity to meet & engage with people weaving their local communities towards a culture of regeneration. #RegenerateCascadia #Bioregion @CascadiaDept @SalmonNation @hylo @clarebear8080 @edwardwest


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

These are the first seeds I have collected from an important native tree in the bioparque. I was able to gather five of them and replant them in the food forest.

These are the first seeds I have collected from an important native tree in the bioparque. I was able to gather five of them and replant them in the food forest.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Yesterday we visited the land of the Barichara Ecoversity to offer our blessings… this is part of the river that dried up in the 1970’s that we hope to restore in the years ahead.

Yesterday we visited the land of the Barichara Ecoversity to offer our blessings… this is part of the river that dried up in the 1970’s that we hope to restore in the years ahead.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

The Cascadia bioregion has been organizing itself around salmon runs in the beautiful work of @SalmonNation. Our preparations for a “bioregional activation tour” this fall will arrive into this beautiful process they have developed. thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/24/H…

The Cascadia bioregion has been organizing itself around salmon runs in the beautiful work of @SalmonNation. Our preparations for a “bioregional activation tour” this fall will arrive into this beautiful process they have developed. thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/24/H…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

A little cactus garden I established this week from plants gathered along the path I walk between my home and the bioparque.

A little cactus garden I established this week from plants gathered along the path I walk between my home and the bioparque.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

My first scorpion in the food forest… welcome!!!

My first scorpion in the food forest… welcome!!!


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