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 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.
Join Dr. Ablard on a journey to the heartwood of growing, preserving,and healing as she shares about the aromatic rosewood tree, it’s possible extinction and its cultural importance. Kelly Ablard holds a Doctorate in Biology, an MSc in Conservation, and is a certified aromatherapist. As Director of the Airmid Institute, she is dedicated to the global education, research, and conservation and sustainable management of aromatic medicinal plants.
Cloe Chunn, a former high school and college teacher, is a naturalist, outdoor writer, and Registered Maine Guide. She is a cofounder and faculty member in the Maine Master Naturalist Program. Her book, Fifty Hikes in the Maine Mountains (W.W. Norton), has been a Maine standard hiking guide, continually updated and revised for over 30 years. Cloe has hiked the entire Appalachian Trail, and has explored wild country as far afield as Antarctica, where she did geological research during graduate school. Cloe is happiest when she is outdoors, where she enjoys feeling her connection to the rest of Earth’s creatures and helping people restore their sense of connection also. She does this through her work with the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition. She is especially fond of birding, kayaking, cross-country skiing, and Sphagnum bogs. Click here to read Cloe’s article on the Penobscot Paddling Trail.
Join O.N.E. and Ann Armbrecht, author, filmmaker, anthropologist for an inspiring nature evolutionary teleseminar. She is the co-producer of the documentary Numen: the Nature of Plants, and the author of the award winning ethnographic memoir, Thin Places: A Pilgrimage Home, based on her research in Nepal.
A Forest Walk is more than a walk in nature; it's a sacred activism to rebuild a regenerative culture; the kind of culture Indigenous people knew; the kind of culture that perhaps our own ancestors knew. When nature becomes personal again, we will begin to heal ourselves and our relationship with nature. Then, our real work can begin. ~Linda Lombardo
Join O.N.E. and Marnie Sinclair as she shares about the magic of adaptation, interspecies communication and the environmental art she has recently been doing with children.
Join O.N.E. and Earth Activist, Ardelle Ferrer as she shares about the regeneration of the Ceiba Tree on Vieques, Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. She will also speak about the creation of a park around the ancient Ceiba Tree and the meaning it holds for the community and the land.
Join O.N.E. with Emma and Davyd Farrell as they speak about the power of plant dreaming and sacred earth activism. They will share with you how dreaming can inform your daily life and help you break through illusions to come to a better understanding of reality and therefore become a more whole person.
David Haskell spent several years listening to the stories of trees in forests, cities, and coasts. At each, he explored the many interconnections that give us all life. These connections exist at levels, from cells, to ecology, to human culture. In the lives of trees, we see that living beings are made not from "selves" but from networked relationships. Trees therefore tells us both about the fascinating stories of particular places and about the processes that unite all of life on the planet.
Join O.N.E and Brooke Medicine Eagle as she shares about the wisdom of the Buffalo and the co-creative journey shared by the people, the land and the herd.
At our home ranch, we have a powerful spiritual and ecological practice, initiated by the buffalo themselves in the form of sacred hunts. It is a deep teaching about wholeness, holiness, Oneness, AND how practical and sensible it is to act in harmony with All Our Relations. And this is only one of the sacred teachings the herd has offered as we have watched them transform and revitalize the land and create new springs in their 20 years of returning here.
Joining Inner Cultivation with Hope & Sacred Action with Felicia Kainat Norton and Charles Muinuddin Smith, Ph.D
Given the scale and intensity of the issues we face, can an individual’s meditation and other pathways of cultivating fresh and creative perception really make a difference in our world? Join O.N.E., Felicia Kainat Norton and Charles Muinuddin Smith, Ph.D for a conversation about feeling into our sacred connection and how this can be a source for the transformation needed at this time. They will speak of our shared issues and how each of us can be a force for change by continually joining our inner cultivation with hope and Sacred Action.
We are delighted to be hosting Mary Reynolds – Reformed Landscape Designer and Nature Activist, as part of our Sacred Earth Activism teleseminar series. Mary will be sharing her story of working-playing with the Wild. Within this she will be speaking about how we can all connect and co-create with our small treasures of Earth and local community spaces.
Join O.N.E. Dr. Patrick MacManoway in learning more about how you can listen to and take care of Earth that is your backyard, your park, your garden-your nature community. There is a sentient intelligence in the spirit of place, in the spirits of the elements and of vibrant nature that we can interact with telepathically.
Patrick will share land whispering stories from 25 years of practice in three continents to inspire and invite you to what might be possible where you live.
The source of our activism is equally as important as the action itself. Although fear, anger, outrage etc. can certainly serve us at times, action initiating from our connection within nature is an effective and sustainable model for environmental change.
Join O.N.E and Vision Council Member, Lauren Valle, as she shares about her experiences as an environmental activist in her 20’s and her evolutionary journey to become a Sacred Earth Activist.
Lauren is a healer and community herbalist dedicated to bringing the healing powers of plant medicine and nature to her Cape Cod community. She is the founder of Kinship Herbal and Holistic Healing. Prior to founding Kinship she worked in the field of ecological engineering, working to build ecological wastewater and water remediation systems around the world based on the intelligent design of nature. She received a B.A. from Columbia University and during her college years and early twenties she worked as an environmental activist focused on issues of environmental justice, fossil fuel consumption and natural resource depletion. She has also lived and worked on two organic farms and has a longstanding interest in permaculture and whole system design. She is deeply committed to a mission of visioning and creating a healthy future for all through reconnecting to the earth and our biological heritage. She currently lives on her homestead with her husband where they raise chickens, grow an abundance of good food and many of the medicinal herbs she uses her in practice.
The call in number for all seminars is 1-805-309-2350 or 1-800-309-2350 (toll free) and access code: 5771624#. Click here to find the correct teleseminar time for your local time zone.