A one-day networking event
For People who Love Trees
Saturday, 4th November, 2017
9.15am – 5.30pm & Evening Discussion 7-9pm
Red Brick Building, Glastonbury, UK
NEW BIOCHEMISTRY * HEALTH OF UK TREES *ECONOMIC STRATEGIES FOR PLANTING * SENSES OF TREES
World Class Speakers
BBC2’s TRIBE documentaries
Dr. Alan Raynor
Fungi and Scientific Language
Clare Dubois & Wendy Stephenson
Vital Panel Discussion
Prof. Sir David Read FRS
Co-author of 'Combating Climate Change: A Role for UK Forests'
THE STATE OF UK FORESTS
WHICH TREES TO PLANT
STRATEGIES FOR THE FUTRE
Natural Cloud seeding & de-acidifying oceans
Councils save billions by reforestation
What fungi teach us about science
The astonishing sentience of Trees
Eco-psychology & re-wilding the feminine
Orchards, WILDLIFE CORRIDORS, Fungi Clearing Toxicity Re-wilding, FOREST GARDENS Planting for Sacred Space NEIGHBOURHOOD TOWN PLANS
Dr Alan Raynor
Maker of BBC2’s 'Tribe' documentary series, in conjunction with Survival International, will be joining us fresh from producing a new film 'TAWAI - A Voice from the Forest'. Bruce will talk about the 'sentience of trees'.
Dr Alan Rayner
On understanding trees and fungi as flow-forms
Alan's amazing latest book 'The Origin of Life Patterns' details his understanding of the existence of 'fully permeable boundaries' throughout nature.
Clare founded TreeSisters, a global women's movement funding reforestation of the tropics, raising the voice of the feminine based leadership, and re-branding humans as the restorer species.
TreeSisters Global Treasurer
Renewable Energy Engineer and CEO of Converging World. , investing in Windfarms in India funding tree planting in the Tropics.
Wendy will be talking with TreeSisters founder Clare Dubois, about global reforestation, and working with the re-wilding of the self.
The Tree Conference is proud to present a one-day networking event for anyone interested in Trees
World class speakers with leading-edge information about tree science, tree function and global reforestation strategies
Amazing, inspiring projects
Focusing on Somerset as a template for international tree-related work
Discussion of the types of trees to plant locally that are likely to survive, and be able to help mitigate climate change
Our Speakers 2017
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TreeSisters Global Treasurer
will be talking with TreeSisters founder Clare Dubois, about global reforestation, and working with the re-wilding of the self, through the TreeSisters Organisation.
Meet project coordinators from local tree-related projects including:
Planting and caring for fruit-bearing orchards
Looking at pollinator and wildlife corridors
Using mycorrhizal fungi for clearing toxic waste
Exploring re-wilding with different land owners
Permaculture recovery of a bare field
Planting trees to create sacred space
Working withour local Town Council