Many Wetlands: One Earth

Two of the aims of this Wonderful Wetlands project are to identify organisations and projects taking action to regenerate waterways locally and also those of global importance that effect climate change via hydrology and carbon sequestration to name two processes. In this blog I start with the global focus, add in some background information and resources I discovered researching this topic and then include the list of stakeholders and ‘friends’ of the Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands at the end. Do you feel a need to take action? Where are you drawn? Do you sense that… Read More

Listening to the Trees

Can understanding plant intelligence change attitudes and behaviour towards plants? There is a field of science that not many people know about, and many scientists haven’t had the experience of, to make informed comments. Many people not familiar with intelligence existing beyond primates will dismiss it, even ridicule it as they do the meaning in children’s stories, shamanism, animalism or even quantum science. For some it may threaten their justification of their current actions so they need to hang onto their own ‘truth’. It is an area called Plant Intelligence.  Plants can… Read More

Intentions for World Wetlands

After reading many scientific and ‘expert’ reports of the risks to wetlands by the increasing population, ‘lifestyle’ housing and resultant demands on the water and risk of fire I wrote the article posted in ‘news’. I have gone deeply into my heart and conclude this project with heart-focused intentions. It is best to read through the instructions, then the ‘Intention’, and then come back and follow or use your own intention practice. Thank you. Breathing in, breathing out. I feel the energy of Gaia enter through my feet and I draw it… Read More