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Perpetual Motion

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May 05, 2022
Perpetual Motion

Perpetual Motion

Don’t miss this busy, vibrant woman who is continually active on her farm, doing the chores, loving the animals (she looks into the eyes of each one every day). Everyone wants to know when she will stop, but she says never! Even if they put her in a coffin she says she will stand up again and start walking. Why? Because while every day may not be fun, there’s always a reason to get up and be going – to make every day count. Take in her rich life and find your own riches.
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Ancient Green: Moss, Climate and Deep Time

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Ancient Green: Moss, Climate and Deep Time

In Anishinaabe languages of Skywoman, our words for moss, aasaakamig and aasaakamek, carry the meaning those ones who cover the earth.

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Ancient Green: Moss, Climate and Deep Time

“Taking a long view of life on Earth, Robin Wall Kimmerer (author of ‘Braiding Sweetgrass,’)explores how mosses–ancient beings who transformed the world–teach us strategies for persisting amid a changing climate.

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