Diana Beresford-Kroeger is a world-recognized botanist, medical biochemist, and author, whose work uniquely combines western scientific knowledge and the traditional concepts of the ancient world.
Diana grew up in Ireland, where she learned the Brehon Laws, Ancient Celtic wisdom rooted in a vision of nature that saw trees and forests as fundamental to human survival and spirituality.
Dubbed the final keeper of this knowledge, Diana has made it her life’s mission to share it with the world and advocate for the world’s trees. In this event, she will talk about her formative childhood, her scientific research, and her vision for a brighter and greener future.
Take-Aways from the event:
By looking to ancient Celtic wisdom, we can live in a manner more aligned to the health and well-being of both ourselves and the environment
Many of the mental and physiological benefits we gain from being around trees correspond to ancient Celtic tenets and can be backed up with science.
The world's forests help regulate the earth's temperature and reduce CO2. Diana has a bioplan that could help combat climate change just by having people get out in their communities and plant native trees.
About Diana Beresford-Kroeger:
Diana Beresford-Kroeger is a world-recognized botanist, medical biochemist, and author, whose work uniquely combines western scientific knowledge and the traditional concepts of the ancient world. Her books include The Sweetness of a Simple Life, The Global Forest, Arboretum Borealis, Arboretum America, Time Will Tell, and A Garden for Life. Currently, she is advocating on behalf of an ambitious global bioplan that encourages ordinary people to develop a new relationship with nature and to restore the global forest.
This is an online event. After you pay/register the zoom link will be sent to you via the email you registered with. A replay of this event will be available to all registrants and sent out the week after the event.