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Adventures with a Botanical Explorer: Dominican Republic

In Environment by Anthony B. Rodriguez0 Comments

This is the first of a series of short commentary documentaries of my expeditions with Botanical Explorer Joe Simcox. These expeditions take us all over the world in search of some of the worlds rarest plants, edible and ornamental. We get ourselves into some wild situations as well as some of the worlds most interesting places. With this short series …

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Watch the Full Documentary – SEED: The Untold Story

In Food Justice by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

Watch SEED: The Untold Story for FREE until May 1st. Click here to watch now. About the Film Worshiped and treasured since the dawn of humankind, few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. SEED: The Untold Story follows passionate seed keepers intent on protecting our 12,000 year-old food legacy. In the last century, 94% of our …

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What is Reality?

In by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

Join us as we get to the heart of what we believe to be true about physical reality—exploring the revolutions in scientific thought that have shaped the ontological foundation of modern science. This event will be an interactive discussion focused on the question of what reality is, and how we might justify any of the possible answers. This event has …

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An Interview With The Botanical Explorer Joseph Simcox

In Environment, Food Justice by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

We are grateful to share the incredible work of our friend and film maker Anthony Rodriguez who documents the fascinating aspects of permaculture, sustainability and food justice throughout the globe. This first video serves as an introduction to the Botanical Explorers series which follows ethnobotanist Joseph Simcox and friends on their journey to find and document rare and exotic plants …

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The Battle at Standing Rock: Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

In Environment by Joan Shields, RN0 Comments

The North Dakota Access Pipeline is a $3.7 billion project covering an area more than a thousand miles from North Dakota to Illinois. “If” it is completed it will be the largest crude oil line in the area. The pipeline was originally going to cross the Missouri River north of Bismarck. North Dakota citizens were concerned of the potential damage …

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Botanical Explorers: The Fruitful Forest (Full Movie)

In Environment by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

We are so more than excited to be able to share this wonderful documentary from filmaker and fellow permaculturist Anthony Rodriguez. The Fruitful Forest follows Joseph Simcox and friends as they explore the Amazon Jungle for exotic and rare species of edible plants. Be sure to check back for more videos from this incredible filmaker documenting the wonders of nature. …

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Nature Deficit Disorder

In Wellness by Joey Doherty, MA, LPC, CWC0 Comments

In 2005, Richard Louv coined the phrase “nature deficit disorder,” because he was worried about the direction our “civilized” species was headed. I’m worried, too. Nature deficit disorder is a condition that’s caused by spending little time outdoors, which has been linked to the rapid increase in health problems such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and obesity. The sad fact is …

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Explore Nature with Thad Roberts

In by Carlos Espinal, INHC0 Comments

Join Thad Roberts & Angela Arvizu as they share their experience of traveling 58 countries for 2 years on only $15 a day. Hear about the wonders of their travels, but more importantly learn how to venture off on our own journey NOW!! If your soul has been longing to explore the edges and depths of our Earth, but have …