image humaNatur: episode 15

My buddy Jordan hosted us for a documentary screening: Seed: the untold story. Afterwards, he shared his orca beans (that look like tiny orca whales), some ashwaganda seedlings and some heirloom cucumber seeds from his friend’s family in Wichita.

Seed Saving is a fun way to develop our relationship to our food, medicine, community, history, culture and nature. Host or attend a seed sharing event in your community!

HumaNatur channel explores nature education conservation appreciation and the connection of the oneness of humans and nature. The better our relationship with the trees, plants, animals, insects, fungus and rocks and wind, the better our relationship with ourself. We are one living being, this planet earth. Go team!

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