Oaks – the most powerful plant of all

Now tree-planting season is mainly over here in the UK, and we’re finally getting some bursts of rain to ensure our lovingly planted oaks and others are getting some water, I’ve been researching and reading again, around plant connections and the underworld/overworld life of trees and the living vegetal world. Have just discovered the workContinue reading “Oaks – the most powerful plant of all”

We’ve saved oaks!

Together, we have shown we can come together as a creative human network, respond to  potential ecocide, receive, distribute and plant many thousands of beautiful trees, ensuring future forests of oak are now growing on this Island – as a radical act of love for our planet. This campaign started in April 2020, in theContinue reading “We’ve saved oaks!”

Update: the final 50,000

We are absolutely thrilled to share that as of today, we are into the second & final tranche of oak saplings being rescued: they are as we speak being delivered to collection points across the UK – Calstock, on the Devon/Cornwall border, and to Freshford, outside Bath. Then, later this week and into next: toContinue reading “Update: the final 50,000”

Herman Hesse on what trees teach us….

25/2/2021 We’re almost at the end of our first tranche of distributing the saplings, and once we’ve recouped & drawn breathe, we’ll update here with what’s been done, where, and by whom, and our future plans – for now, we wanted to share this extraordinary article, with deep gratitude to Maria at Brain Pickings (aContinue reading “Herman Hesse on what trees teach us….”

Unravelling my journey through this inner wild, by James Murray-White

A beautiful piece about one man’s journey, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion Rewilding and savetheoaks.org and much more James Murray-White. “In his talk for us within the Online into The Wild Beltane Festival earlier this month Mac spoke of the need for activists (and aren’t we all activists now?) to “walk the twin track of inner and outerContinue reading “Unravelling my journey through this inner wild, by James Murray-White”