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Symbiotic Relationships with Nature
Symbiotic Relationships with Nature

& Collaborative Teachings from Mother Earth & Support Networks in this One Green World

Tuesday, May 11, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location:Online via Zoom.
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Tickets: $15 each
(Price does not include any applicable fees or sales tax.)

Plant-microbe interactions not only inform our gardening but offer essential teachings as to how to proceed in life.

Join Michael Phillips for this nippy exploration of soil biology and plant metabolism will rock you. How mycorrhizal fungi enhance plant health is absolutely stunning. Nutrients are delivered by means of “fungus-root” synergy. A boost to green immune function helps keep disease at bay. Expansive fungal networks bring resiliency to ecosystems. Soil aggregate formation addresses carbon flow. Bacteria join in the chorus to make this green world hum. Yet for the longest time, we have ignored basic soil biology and instead disturbed ecosystems at our own peril. Time to change all that, and fast!

Michael Phillips is renowned for helping people grow healthy fruit using herbal protocols. The community orchard movement that he helped found at provides a full immersion into the holistic approach to orcharding. His Lost Nation Orchard is part of a medicinal herb farm in northern New Hampshire. Michael is the author of The Apple Grower and The Holistic Orchard, which received Garden Book of the Year honors from the American Horticultural Society. His work has been compared with Sir Albert Howard and J.I. Rodale’s classic books on organic gardening. He teamed up with his wife Nancy to write The Herbalist’s Way, to explore the many paths whereby herbalists find their green niche. Michael’s latest, Mycorrhizal Planet: How Fungi and Plants Work Together to Create Dynamic Soils, will rock you!

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