Wellness in Nature

Caring for the earth is caring for each other

I think a lot about plants. I think a lot about the interrelationships between things. Take for example, water. Take for example, the absolute necessity of swamps to support well being.1 Take for example, pollinators. Take for example, how, if you don’t have conditions that support the well-being of pollinators, you don’t have all manner of foods and wonderful and necessary things.2

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Canada’s 30 x 30 Nature Challenge

There are two things I’ve signed up for in the last two days: the webinar series I provided information about yesterday and Canada’s 30 x 30 Nature Challenge I’m writing about today.

There is a lot of support for the idea that spending time in nature can be beneficial for one’s emotional health and overall health. An enjoyable and inspiring read on the subject is the book, The Nature Principle, by Richard Louv. Read more ›

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