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Nature Without and Within with Rene Henery, PhD

Sunday, October 13th at 12PT/3ET

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Raven Fire Sketch by Rene Henery

Raven Fire Sketch by Rene Henery

This Dialogue with ecologist and artist, Dr. Rene Henery will explore pathways toward the simultaneous healing of systems in nature and of our own internal systems, hearts, minds, and spirits. In the process, Rene will share some of his experiences, as a scientist deeply engaged in the complex and contentious politics of water in California, pivoting from an emphasis on the application of science and mind to “fix” the world to an emphasis on relationship and heart, to heal, to catalyze greater connection with others and alignment with nature, and to be guided by what emerges from that connected place. The discussion with Rene will also explore how science, deep listening, and inner wisdom can work synergistically to orient us, with the dynamic natural systems we are a part of and the effects of that reorientation on the way we understand and value diversity and equity, our capacity for growth and change, and our felt sense of belonging. We are part of nature.

Dr. Rene Henery is a Deep Ecologist, artist, writer and speaker based in Northern California. Rene holds a joint position as California Science Director for Trout Unlimited, the US’s oldest and largest Salmon and River conservation NGO and part time Research Faculty with the University of Nevada, Reno, Global Water Center. Rene’s work in the US and abroad embraces water, diversity, reconciliation, and equity as pathways to resilient ecosystems, coherent communities, and a personal experience of belonging. In his home state of California, Rene works collaboratively with private landowners, resource managers, universities, NGO’s, and state and federal agencies to recover water dependent systems through science, relationship, and the reconciliation of conservation, flood management, agriculture, environmental justice, and indigenous wisdom


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