Fellow Diana Beresford-Kroeger named a 2011 Utne Visionary
The Utne Reader recently named fellow Diana Beresford-Kroeger, a medical and argricultural researcher, as an Utne Visionary for her botanical work studying Aboriginal and Western healing in order to advocate for preserving forests. She has concocted a bioplan in which trees could help reforest and heal the planet.
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“'If you speak for the trees, you speak for all of nature,'” says Beresford-Kroeger, who has the mind of a scientist and the heart of an artist. She has studied the environmental, medicinal, nutritional, and even spiritual aspects of trees, has written about them in books such as The Global Forest and Arboretum Borealis, and on her property she maintains gardens that burst with flora and are open often to the public."-The Utne Reader.
Click here to read the article about Diana in the Utne Reader