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Post by Mademoiselle on May 10th 2008, 7:39 pm

as you know, i am a big fan of ted.com
came across this talk the other night. he speaks on mushrooms, their medicinal and restorative properties, and how we can use them to make big changes.
enjoy.

http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/258

related talks will come up on the bottum of your screen. a great one on 'plants eye view', and other's under the heading 'inspired by nature' are quite good, and quite relative to our field of study.
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Post by Jacksta on June 3rd 2008, 9:29 pm

great link Mlle, when time permits I would like to delve deeper into med. mushrooms.

lately been 'saving' the family here with the little garden i do have, trying to grow food.. the deer though seem to think it is for their personal use that i do this Mad as if the whole forest was not enough, come here to track down a tiny plot of nasturtiums i grew from seed. mow them down, yum yum and eat tomotoes as well-putting up more netting though Smile

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