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    • Fri, Mar 13, 2020 - 07:35am

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      suziegruber

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      link to Buhner’s protocol

    Here’s a link to Stephen Harrod Buhner’s corona virus herbal protocol.  He believes elder berry isn’t strong enough to address corona once someone is infected.

    • Tue, Mar 03, 2020 - 05:56pm

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      Elder Plants Available from Crimson Sage Nursery

    Hi everyone,
    I just received an email from my favorite medicinal plant nursery, Crimson Sage, and they highlighted elder plants.  Tina is great.  I have purchased dozens of plants from her.  They ship only to the US except for AK and HI.

    –Suzie

    • Fri, Nov 16, 2018 - 05:41am

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      sign up for Nixle

    I also strongly recommend that people sign up for Nixle.  It’s a text alert system used to disseminate public safety information.  You can check with your city or county to see if they use Nixle to send alerts.  I received several very helpful texts during the peak of Ashland’s fire season this year letting me know about wildfires near Ashland, community meetings and road closures etc.

    • Sun, Nov 11, 2018 - 12:56pm

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      suziegruber

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      a disaster resource for everyone

    Hi Adam,
    Thanks for starting this thread.  I just left a home perched on the coast of Manhattan Beach where I was visiting dear friends and watched the Woolsey Fire horror unfold from the safety their balcony.  Truly awful.

    Anyway, my colleagues and I created a resource to help folks recover from the emotional impact of any kind of disaster (hurricanes, floods, fires).  One of my colleagues is even using it to help people impacted by shooting sprees.

    I welcome everyone to download this and share it widely with anyone you know who has been involved in a disaster.  The research clearly shows that when people address the emotional impact of a disaster using the sorts of somatic tools I provide here in this toolkit, it prevents the stress of surviving from becoming physical.  When we are in a disaster like these fires, we mobilize survival energy in order fight, flee etc.  When that energy is not fully discharged, it becomes lodged in our bodies such that unwanted effects emerge.  For you skeptics out there, I recommend The Body Keeps The Score, by Bessel van der Kolk, a pioneer in the field of trauma and someone very vocal of the impact on society of the epidemic of unresolved trauma.

    –Suzie

    • Wed, Aug 15, 2018 - 03:37am

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      the journey

    The journey is more important than the destinatiom.

    • Wed, Aug 15, 2018 - 03:37am

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      the journey

    The journey is more important than the destinatiom.

    • Tue, Dec 05, 2017 - 12:59am

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      New Tribe Coaching Salon – Saturday, December 9th

    If anyone out there is in Southern Oregon and wants to come together to build tribe, Bill Kauth and Zoe Alowan are holding a tribe building salon this coming Saturday from 9am until 5pm.  From Bill & Zoe:

      This workshop is for people longing for their own long-term, bonded community of people, we call tribe. This “new” tribe is designed to deepen love and connection in your life. It also creates a safety net to navigate rapidly changing times. This non-residential model (everyone has their own home) we have developed will bring you joy and save you years of struggle attempting to learn what we have to share. The Process: You will learn by doing – actually experiencing the ways of the tribe as you come to know the values, skills and needed structure.

    If you are interested in joining us, please send me a message and I will put you in touch with Bill.

    Hugs,

    Suzie

    • Tue, Dec 05, 2017 - 12:28am

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      Chetco Bar Fire

    Hi Skipr,
    This summer's Chetco Bar fire which grew to over 190,000 acres caused evacuations in Brookings, OR, one of the Oregon coastal towns.  Travel on Highway 101 was significantly impacted.  I think anywhere a town is on the edge of a forest, there is increased risk of fire.

    –Suzie

    • Wed, Nov 29, 2017 - 05:09am

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      thank you for all the info and encouragement

    Hi everyone,
    Thank you for your thoughts, words of encouragement and information.  I especially appreciate the information about water because it is one of my biggest concerns with this area.  I am spurred to get more serious about conservation and reuse and see what I can do where I live.  For starters next week I will pick up a free moisture meter the city is handing out to all of the residents.

    I will definitely keep you all posted of how it's going.  So far, so good.

    Hugs,

    Suzie

    • Fri, Oct 13, 2017 - 06:20pm

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      Re: Granny Units

    The effort to increase granny units is focused on large enough rural, residential properties and not in true suburban areas like Coffee Park.  The woman I was talking to about it has a 5 acre parcel.  The planning department in Sonoma County has a reputation of being extremely challenging when it comes to getting a permit even for clearly legal uses.  Delays in permitting already legal uses are not helpful when we are facing a massive housing shortage.

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