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Nature speak, our first language as stated by Becoming Nature author, TAMARACK SONG, is more than a way to speak and listen. It is the operating system for our minds and the basic lens through which we perceive our world.

“I do a lot of interviews and I don’t mean to compare, I want to acknowledge my perception of you… Your questions were very helpful for me because we very quickly got beyond the 1, 2, 3’s and explored the deeper aspects of the book.” T Song 

http://tamaracksong.org/

Nature speak, our first language as stated by Becoming Nature author, TAMARACK SONG, is more than a way to speak and listen. It is the operating system for our minds and the basic lens through which we perceive our world.

http://tamaracksong.org/

JAY HARMAN is credited with being among the first pioneering scientists to use biomimicry—the science of employing nature to advance sustainable technology. Jay’s work is quickly becoming a cornerstone of modern and future engineering.  His book, The Shark’s Paintbrush, is an exciting look into the brilliance of nature and how biomimicry is leading our new industrial revolution.

 

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Musician, scientist, writer, poet, philosopher and lecturer, Dr. KRISHNA KANT SHUKLA wound his way into heart and soul via theoretical physics and Classical Indian music.  In doing so, Krishna found an ecology to spirit that is present in all aspects of life.

http://www.krishnakantshukla.org/

Philosopher/farmer, FRED KIRSCHENMANN, is an experienced wise thinker and a 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 (it’s not just for farmers any more) is a University Press of Kentucky book

 

TRADD COTTER‘S Mushroom Mountain is the coolest and largest privately owned mushroom research facility. It focuses on the needs of the planet, developing the possible uses for fungi; mycoremediation, medicinal, filtering water and antibiotics to name a few.

Tradd’s 20 years collecting and cultivating mushrooms is shared in his book, Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation.

http://mushroommountain.com/

A tree can be only as strong as the forest that surrounds it. PETER WOHLLEBEN illustrates the centrality of trees in Earth’s ecosystem demonstrating an astonishing sociality of trees, abounding with wisdom about what makes strong human communities and societies.

His book is The Hidden Life of Trees.

When entering the mind of the tracker reconnecting to the earth and her companions might come to mind. Reading Entering the Mind of the Tracker by TAMARACK SONG will connect you to your non linear sense of self that inhabits all…

http://tamaracksong.org/

The Story of the Chinese Farmer – Story Teller – Lindalu Meadows

 

When entering the mind of the tracker reconnecting to the earth and her companions might come to mind. Reading Entering the Mind of the Tracker by TAMARACK SONG will connect you to your non linear sense of self that inhabits all…

http://tamaracksong.org/

It’s no wonder we humans are enchanted with water. Actually there is total wonder!! And just because research associate at the California Academy of Sciences and author, WALLACE J NICHOLS, brings science into the conversation along with naturalists, poets and artists, it doesn’t mean the enchantment and wonder are diminished. Blue Mind is a great read and a wonder-ful reconnect…

http://www.wallacejnichols.org/

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