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Philosopher/farmer, FRED KIRSCHENMANN, is an experienced wise thinker and deep dwelling intuitive when it comes to stewarding our land. He  shares an appointment as Distinguished Fellow for the Leopold Center and as President of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York. He also continues to manage his family’s 1,800-acre certified organic farm in south central North Dakota.

http://www.leopold.iastate.edu

Cultivating an Ecological Conscience is a University Press of Kentucky book

 

MARILYN SCHLITZ PhD is a writer, laboratory and clinical scientist, social anthropologist and acclaimed public speaker. She is President Emeritus of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Her new film is Death Makes Life Possible,  co-produced with Deepak Chopra.

http://deathmakeslifepossible.com/

Biology professor, DAVE GOULSON is promoting sustainability via the bumblebee.  His book, A Sting in the Tale, part science part personal adventure, shares our common destiny with these little creatures.

D.Goulson@sussex.ac.uk

How re-engineering intentions will alter the master code for our future is the premise for THOMAS FREY‘s latest book,  Communicating With the Future.

http://www.davinciinstitute.com/

GREETINGS!

I just could not choose one tributaries book of the year for 2015.  So… there are 3 category winners:

DON MIGUEL RUIZ – author The Toltec Art of Life and Death

PETER GOTZSCHE – author Deadly Psychiatry and Organized Denial

JOHANN HARI – author Chasing the Scream

I appreciate the opportunity to share the work/stories/focus of all the tributaries guests to our equally curious/educated/holistically-minded audience. We reached into 75 countries this year. Thank you.

HAPPY SWEET (20)16 EVERYONE!!

 

 

My project to educate about and use fully balanced organic sea minerals to re-mineralize soil continues. It is an international, three-year, $150,000.00 project that will begin on Kauai and spread to other island communities worldwide as the success of our project gains momentum. $20,000.00 will give us the initial momentum to get started.

 

I hope you will get your feet wet with us.

To read the proposal and/or to offer 501c3 tax deductible donations email me @

seamineralswork@gmail.com.

Thanks for tuning in and aloha!

robin

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