Thank you Siobhan, that’s a really good review. You help me see the book, and the work, better too :-) Trees of the Goddess – Elen SentierMay 3, 2015 ~ siobhanwaters Sentier has compiled a book of tree lore that … Continue reading
Interesting article … Psilocybin mushrooms and the unique state of mind they bestow have played an important, deep seeded role in human history. The extensive study of humanity’s ancient theological culture and ancestry has confirmed that many of the forerunners … Continue reading
Another really good post from the Dyfi ospreys, well worth sharing … Over the years, the question of inbreeding in ospreys has often cropped up. The recent arrival of a son of the Glaslyn ospreys at the north Wales nest … Continue reading
This is a very good article – it really says it how it is about writing. and one of the most improtant things for me is, “If you aren’t a serious reader, don’t expect anyone to read what you write.” … Continue reading
This sounds really interesting …
Originally posted on ecoartscotland:
As part of Sylva Caledonia, one of Summerhall’s contributions to Edinburgh International Science Festival, we are holding a discussion, Caledonian Everyday in four parts. The first part will take place on Sunday 12 April at 2pm at Summerhall (Anatomy Lecture Theatre).
The key questions are:
- Who knows what (and who decides) about the ancient woodlands of Scotland?
Management of forests is no longer restricted to issues of extraction vs biodiversity. In a field including wild and free forest (no management), community management and extraction, and a science-based biodiversity management system, what are the various implications? Who decides? Who benefits? Who speaks for the forest and other living things?
- What can the arts and humanities…
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