"Trees provide food, create medicine, and most importantly, provide life-giving oxygen. Without trees and their ability to capture carbon dioxide, our living breathable atmosphere would cease to exist on our planet."
[Stream film privately 17-18 Apr before panel discussion April 19 @ 7pm]
Explore how to make your yard more nature-friendly with all-season, all-ages ideas for creating front and backyard destinations for bees, butterflies, birds, and more. Becca Sharp is the Conservation Coordinator for Nature NB.
"The forest is the therapist. The guide opens the doors."
Learn about the practice and benefits of forest bathing (shinrin-yoku) and forest therapy walks from certified forest therapy guide, Dr. Monika Stelzl.
Let's Talk Trees: Grow Trees for Wildlife and Food
“I just love trees. I can look at a seedling and see it 100 years from now, long after I’m gone, still producing food,” says Jesse Saindon. As we enter an era of increasing challenges to having a safe and secure local food supply, food forests offer an enticing opportunity.