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April 2020

An Oak Love Story – Organization of Nature Evolutionaries (O.N.E) online teleseminar

April 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online

Many Indigenous people say that plants reveal their medicine via dreams and visions. What if these types of relationships are within everyone’s reach? How do we go about building mutually beneficial relationships? On a decade long adventure to eat acorn food, ethnobotanist Jolie Elan became so intertwined within the oak web of life that the oaks began to reveal myths and medicines in dreams and visions. Join Ethnobotanist and oak lover Jolie Elan as she tells her ethnobotanical love story that discusses the ecology, botany, medicine, myth, spirit, and food of the mighty oak.

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Roots of Resilience For Uncertain Times: A Five Part Webinar in The Work that Reconnects

April 22 @ 7:00 pm
Online
By Donation

Never before has humanity known so dramatically our interconnection around the globe: we are all in this together . Either we recognize this fact and begin to live accordingly, or we are likely to perish together along with our more-than-human relations. How can we best respond to the physical and psychic viruses of our times?

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October 2020

Oak Ethnoecology

October 17 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Siskiyou Field Institute, 1241 Illinois River Road
Selma, Oregon 97538
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85$

Explore the connection between oaks, humans and the nourishing web of life in a presentation, field trip and acorn processing workshop.

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