Ann Armbrecht, Ph.D. (author of Thin Places: A Pilgrimage Home and creator of the film Numen: The Nature of Plants) and I were able to talk last month about my recent work with a Salish ethnobotanical education program, as well as larger issues of traditional medicine and community healing. I had a great time doing this, and got to reflect on these important topics. Check it out here. Her blog is also chock-full of interesting, thoughtful & engaging conversations with some truly dynamic & creative people. Enjoy!
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Over chaga chai, I'm catching up on some DVDs sent by an old FL country herbalist a/b a 40 acre hardwood forest he planted-his life's work.
Went for a run, gathered hawthorn/alder/cascara leaves & got trapped in a thunderstorm. Sped home on my wet, squeaky lil blue bike.
Today was rough. Jet lagged, grumpy. Stagnant & angry-classic fussy liver.
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