Flora, Fungi and Friends - immagine di copertina
This show aims to help you see wild plants and mushrooms as your friends, with their own quirky personalities. Too often, nature is viewed as a sea of green, rather than a community of individuals, who each have different roles to play and different needs to thrive. Join us for a journey of decolonizing our relationships with flora and fungi, as we work toward respect, reciprocity and rejuvenation. Most of the plants and fungi featured on this show grow in Wabanaki Territory (in the area known by the US Government as the State of Maine). Many of these organisms grow throughout the northeast. However, individual species of plants and fungi play different roles and face unique challenges, depending on which ecosystem they are residing in. Therefore, we encourage you to do your own local research for the health and safety of the plants, the fungi, yourself and others.
This show aims to help you see wild plants and mushrooms as your friends, with their own quirky personalities. Too often, nature is viewed as a sea of green, rather than a community of individuals, who each have different roles to play and different needs to thrive. Join us for a journey of decolonizing our relationships with flora and fungi, as we work toward respect, reciprocity and rejuvenation. Most of the plants and fungi featured on this show grow in Wabanaki Territory (in the area known by the US Government as the State of Maine). Many of these organisms grow throughout the northeast. However, individual species of plants and fungi play different roles and face unique challenges, depending on which ecosystem they are residing in. Therefore, we encourage you to do your own local research for the health and safety of the plants, the fungi, yourself and others. leggi di più leggi meno
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