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Conversations with teachers and healers of our time with Marjolaine Forest and guest hosts. By Common Roots Radio
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Jan 5, 2016

(Excerpt) Chad Cornell with mycologist, Robert Rogers discussing our connection with Fungi and, in particular the consciousness connections with Psilocybin and Reishi Mushrooms. Reishi is one of the great balancers. It can help bring balance to the body and help with stress in urbanized living.

Jan 4, 2016

Ed Smith, co-founder of Herb Pharm,  began formulating proprietary compounds, using knowledge from his studies and extensive travels. Always paying close attention to worldwide medicinal herb research.

Jan 3, 2016

An Interview with Tabitha Langel, co-owner of Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company, by Marjolaine Forest.

When you think of culture, do you think of food?

Tall Grass Prairie Bakery is creating a healthy culture by providing great food, a good living & paying their organic farmers fairly. You too, can restore your values in agri-culture by “going against the grain”, when you say no to all artificial fertilizers or pesticides you say no to GMO’s. Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company believes that good bread is made when we work with our Mother the Earth in a spirit of gratitude and with loving responsiveness to her needs and ours.

Jan 3, 2016

Dr. Shiv Chopra is a world renowned scientist, author and coveted public speaker. Dr. Chopra was also involved in the human safety assessment of recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) and various other products used in food-producing animals. It was due largely to his persistent whistleblowing efforts that rBGH was not approved in Canada which made national and international headlines. His book - CORRUPT TO THE CORE: Memoirs of a Health Canada Whistleblower, by KOS Publishing Inc. is an international best seller.


Jan 1, 2016

Maya Tiwari, renowned spiritual teacher - Ayurveda pioneer, Vedic scholar, international author, and former top American fashion designer - has touched and healed the lives of thousands of people around the world. A spiritual pioneer, Maya Tiwari serves humanity by awakening the spirit of ahimsa, or harmony, in every person whose life she touches.

Jan 1, 2016

Individuals and communities can make positive changes

Lama Lodro discusses ecology, sustainable communities, erosion, pollution, the impact of different religious views and economic factors on the environment, the power of individuals and communities to make positive changes and hope for the future

Jan 1, 2016

Pat Mooney addresses the National Farmers Union on how small farmer can get through climate change with bio diversity and saving heritage seeds.

The author or co-author of several books on the politics of biotechnology and biodiversity, Pat Mooney received the Right Livelihood Award with Cary Fowler in the Swedish Parliament in 1985. In 1998 Mooney received the Pearson Medal of Peace from Canada’s Governor General. He also received the American "Giraffe Award" given to people "who stick their necks out". Pat Mooney has no university training, but is widely regarded as an authority on agricultural biodiversity and new technology issues.

Mooney’s more recent work has focused on geoengineering, nanotechnology, synthetic biology and global governance of these technologies as well as corporate involvement in their development. ETC has offices in Canada, the United States, and Mexico; and works closely with CSO partners around the world.


Jan 1, 2016

Chad Cornell and Conrad Richter discussing the concept of the Seed Zoo, Bio Diversity and more. Richter's Herbs is proud to introduce SeedZoo™, a project to preserve traditional and indigenous food plants from around the world. Teaming up with botanical explorers and ethnobotanists, we are searching for rare and endangered food plants that home gardeners can grow and enjoy, and help to preserve.