Co-Autrice du livre "Penser comme une montagne".
« I am passionate about our beautiful planet and the many life-forms that we share our lives with, and much of my work is in response to the damage we are doing to Life on earth. I aim to work to support and encourage positive changes - practical, community-level, political, spiritual, scientific... you name it ! The first part of my working life I was very involved in the psychological and social dimensions of positive change-work, working in community mental health and social change and environmental movements. Then I helped set up and managed a small national environmental networking and information charity - the Eco Trust in Bristol. During the nineties I was more involved in organic farming, horticulture and the organic movement in the UK. For the past decade or more I have been involved with the importance of plants to all life on earth, working for 10 years free-lance with Friends of the Eden Project on medicinal plants and horticulture events, doing free-lance educational, advisory and mentoring work in organic horticulture in the SW of England, and also hands-on horticulture for community projects and individuals. Recently I’ve been working in botanical conservation, research and community education. »
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