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How To Think Like A Plant with Harriet Witt [Story Connective video]

 
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Aloha permies,
Rhapsody & I have just released our latest video:

A few months ago, we attended a potluck for farmers. We sat at a large round table with several other people to watch presentations & have a deliciously diverse dinner of locally grown food. Little did we know that one of the folks at our table was one of the evening's presenters. When her name was called, she stood up on stage & gave one of the most exciting presentations we'd ever seen! Her presentation left our jaws on the floor. When she came back & sat down we excitedly asked her if she would like to collaborate with The Story Connective to create a video of her presentation. This is the result of that collaboration. It features astronomer & primal scientist Harriet Witt, who presents us with a way to view the evolution of life on Earth through the lens of Hawaiian knowledge.

Let us know what you think. We love hearing from you.

SPECIAL THANKS TO:
The wisdom of the Native Hawaiian people, Harriet Witt at PassengerPlanet.com, Greg A Dunn at GregADunn.com, Sarai Stricklin, & our sponsor E.L.L.S.S.A. at Ellssa.org

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