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Letting in the Wild Edges

By: Glennie Kindred(Author)
289 pages, b/w illustrations
Letting in the Wild Edges
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  • Letting in the Wild Edges ISBN: 9781856231176 Paperback Apr 2013 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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About this book

In Letting in the Wild Edges, Glennie Kindred encourages us to celebrate the bounties of nature and reconnect with the Earth. Season by season we are given tips for foraging wild foods, learn how to grow edible and native plants in our gardens and are given recipes for making simple medicines from our finds.

By letting wild native plants in to our lives and gardens, Glennie helps us to trust and listen to our intuition and expand our many senses. Glennie will help readers to explore a greate awareness of our heart's intelligence, and to increase our communications with trees and plants for our own healing and the co-creative healing of the Earth. Letting in the Wild Edges is both a practical and optimistic book for a more creative, self-reliant future.

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Glennie Kindred is one of the UK's leading authorities on the earth traditions and the author of nine books. She lives in Derbyshire and delivers a wide selection of popular workshops and talks.

By: Glennie Kindred(Author)
289 pages, b/w illustrations
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