Diana Beresford-Kroeger ~ To Speak for the Trees
Forests HEAL and SAVE Us
Talk + Q&A + BOOK Signing
Friday, Nov 15, 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Cost: $20 advance / $25 door
FOREST MEDICINE – FOREST BATHING
Movie + Workshop Discussion
Saturday, Nov 16, 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Cost: $39 advance / $49 door
World-recognized botanist, biochemist and visionary Diana Beresford-Kroeger’s startling insights into the hidden life of trees have already sparked a quiet revolution in how we understand our relationship to forests. Now, in a captivating account of how her life led her to these illuminating and crucial ideas, she shows us how forests can not only heal us but save the planet.
Please join us to hear this remarkable author share her story and insights into why trees matter. Diana’s wisdom for why trees are a viable, achievable solution to climate change is inspiring and hopeful in these critical and heart-wrenching times of droughts, floods and fires. She’ll share the intricate ways in which the health and welfare of every living creature is connected to the global forest.
The Saturday workshop will include a screening of her award-winning film Call of the Forest and Diana will share ancient wisdom and explore how to use everyday tree medicine. An exploration of Nature’s medicine cabinet.
Diana’s will be signing books at both the talk and workshop. Her new memoir, To Speak for the Trees: My Life’s Journey from Ancient Celtic Wisdom to a Healing Vision of the Forest will be available for sale.
“This is a very important work.”
~ David Suzuki
“To Speak for the Trees offers a rational and inclusive way to keep our future.”
~ Annie Proulx
Diana Beresford-Kroeger is a world recognized author, medical biochemist and botanist who is an expert on the medicinal, environmental, nutritional, and herbicidal properties of trees. She has a unique combination of western scientific knowledge and traditional concepts of the ancient world. Orphaned in Ireland in her youth, Beresford-Kroeger was educated by elders who instructed her in the Brehon knowledge of plants and nature.
Told she was the last child of ancient Ireland and to one day bring this knowledge to a troubled future, Beresford-Kroeger has done exactly that.
Diana Beresford-Kroeger is an elected fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, and has been named by the society as one of 25 Women Explorers of Canada. She has also been inducted as a Wings Worldquest fellow, and has been named one of Utne Reader’s World Visionaries.