Permaculture Living, part 2 - Biodiversity Underworld, part one
the social underworld of the sidhe providing life for our above world to survive ... next session Sunday 16th April 2023
During this Nature Folklore Session, live guests and I intend to invite and share ideas, experiences and wisdom for exploring and improving bio-diversity presence within our gardens and landscapes we live within and around us.
I used to broadcast this subject during Biodiversity Week in Ireland. But Biodiversity Week is Mid May and at that time, I wish to present a transition between Bealtaine folklore and Water folklore. As people in the Northern Hemisphere are currently paying attention to preparing their soil and growing beds for this year's outdoor growing season this episode seems more timely for now, during April.
I trust the stories and content shared dueing this session will include suggestions of what to look for and sense around you, and how we may easily increase interaction with essential natural life.
As you can see from the sub-title, I am including some sidhe based folklore to attempt to add understanding to this part of the annual cycle of living.
I will extend this session into including how we may be tuned into our local biodiversity through more tolerance, perhaps less order, and discovering additional joy from small things we may not have noticed before. There are always incredible flurries of life to pause for and observe, that warm us into a big heart.
Do you happen to have any poems or stories about about permaculture, food growing, or your memories of these? Please offer to share your stories and poems as a guest. You can be live on the show or send me pre-recorded video or audio. Please message me with what you have to share. Thank you.
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