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Get your waspy wiggle on … for Insect week.

‘Not another one!’, you cry.   I reply with understanding ‘Aye, but this is an awfy crucial ‘National Week of (add thing here): Insects! Wow! etc   ‘Oooo yuk, nasty wee stingy, annoying, landing on poo, dangerous, evil, did i mention annoying? etc, things’ you complain.   Ah no. Wondrous stories they have to tell,

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Beltane is still here: you haven’t missed it. 

Beltane is still here: you haven’t missed it.    I like the idea of the structure and cyclical nature of the ‘8 fold’ year. Is a common them in Pagan/neopagan thinking and many, many ancient and world wide cultures and religions. From a Wildcraft(y) point of view its about marking and observing cycles in nature,

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Earthwalking in the Splendour of November

Following on from our sell-out Earthwalk training day … The Splendour of November: heartlessly skipped in our culture (to facilitate the pile-on of Christmas), and overlooked as a month of any natural worth, November needs some Love. It’s in November that the balance of bright low flying light can grab the colour of leafy ground

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Keeping our Inner and Outer Nature alive …

If I have learned anything over the last 40 years of action, contemplation, work, and reflection with nature is that is a source of inner connection and healing, just as much as it is the focus (rightly) of ‘something’ we need to help heal in itself. Nothing is new under the sun, and we intuitively

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Striking out for our Climate, our Future.

Today our young folk are out in huge numbers in our streets, and others are covering it on social media (and I hope national media too). It is so positive, and yet also informative: it takes children to strike, young people to strike, to start to make politicians to start to sit up and listen.

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Pollination Nation

  On Thursday 21st March, we planted 300 British Native Wild Pollinator Plant, incorporating around 35 different species: another great collaboration with Sharon and Jen from Climate Action North, and assisted by a total of 4 staff and 4 Climate Action (CAN) http://www.climateactionnortheast.org.uk volunteers. http://www.climateactionnortheast.org.uk We planted 2 Wild Pollinator Beds, with Nectar plants with a wide range

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