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As you improve your skills at picking up feelings from plants and trees you will discover that plant energies within ecosystems gather into energy guilds. Often these guilds are strongest around Mother Trees. Like all plants, trees provide energy emissions, which also carry communication between themselves and others.

We really have a lot to learn about how everything works – and how everything is connected. Join us for a presentation about the importance of Mother Trees.
The Wildcraft Forest Foundation Annual Conservation Index identifies, observes and seeks support for the protection of remote habitat, old growth areas and species-at-risk. One of its primary goals is supporting an ongoing effort to encourage engagement and volunteerism to help rewild and protect remote areas within our watersheds.

The Wildcraft Forest Foundation produces an annual Conservation Index for bioregions and watersheds in the southern interior of British Columbia. The index takes a birdseye view of development, resource extraction and pollution issues and then examines a collection of these activities, observations and events creating snapshots or profiles that communities may find helpful as they address various planning issues.

The index provides scientists an accurate and consistent way to compare how biodiversity might be changing so that they can apply further research and recommend solutions. 

The first Conservation Index is being assembled in 2022 with support from the Regional District of the North Okanagan Conservation Fund and other sponsors. The Conservation Index can be downloaded from the Mother Tree Hub website with research support available within the sites library.

The 2022 Conservation Index will be available in December 2022

If you believe that you might benefit from the Mother Tree Hub and you are willing to expand your relationship with nature please contact us. 

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The Mother Tree Hub
An information portal produced by the Wildcraft Forest Foundation with support from the Regional District of the North Okanagan Conservation Fund; the David Suzuki Foundation and other community supporters.

The Wildcraft Forest Foundation offers skills, insights and
inspiration for creating good stewardship and positive change.

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