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Upcoming Connector Series Events

The Connector Series welcomes Brendan Kelly, MAc LAc herbalist and author of “The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis” back to SouthCoast Massachusetts for another series of interactive events.

Eco-Herbal Medicine:
An Interactive Walk & Talk
hosted in conjunction with the
Sippican Lands Trust

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Location: Brainard Marsh
344 Delano Rd. Marion, MA
9:00am – 11:00am

In our era of ecological crisis, it’s of urgent importance that we re-connect to the natural world around us. For thousands of years, people around the world have relied on local for healing and sustenance.

Brendan will lead the group on an experiential foraging walk, identifying, tasting and talking about the uses of several local medicinals and edibles as well as their importance with climate change.

COST: $5 for SLT Members, $10 General Admission
Pre-registration is required

To learn more about Brendan Kelly and read about his 2017 Connector Series events, click here.

REGISTER FOR THE HERB WALK

Lyme Disease and Climate Change:
How Internal Inflammation Mirrors the Environment

Saturday, August 25, 2018
Location: Round the Bend Farm
92 Allens Neck Road, South Dartmouth, MA

  • 2:00 – 3:00 Seminar
  • 3:00 – 4:00 Medicinal Tea-Making Demonstration

 

 

Using the lens of Chinese medicine, Brendan Kelly, herbalist and author of “The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis,” will discuss how the warming of our planet mirrors a similar overheating within us and within our culture. Supported by research from his book, Brendan will present how the progression of Lyme disease mirrors the progression of climate change and how Lyme is very much a condition of our times. It is his belief that understanding the progression of the disease is essential to not only treating symptoms but also promoting health. Brendan will also explain treatment methods, including acupuncture, herbs, diet and lifestyle to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme.

Copies of the author’s book will be available. 

Following the seminar, Brendan will discuss the preparation of wild plants teas for use as food and medicine.

COST: $15 Advance Pricing
$20 At the Door

To learn more about Brendan Kelly and read about his 2017 Connector Series events, click here.

REGISTER FOR THE SEMINAR & TEA DEMO

SAVE THE DATE:

The Connector Series welcomes S.A.F.E. Kenya in October 2018. 

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 

Location: UMass Dartmouth Library Grand Reading Room

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
The event will be hosted in conjunction with UMass Dartmouth.

For more information on S.A.F.E, click here.

Contact:
Robyn Branco Fournier

rbranco@marioninstitute.org
508-748-0816 x116

The Connector Series is brought to you in part through the generous support of the following sponsors:



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