As you know, we’re in the year of 2019 and it’s no secret that our environment is changing rapidly. Over the past 100 years, we’ve seen the American Chestnut Tree gradually diminish. We could potentially see this tree go extinct within our lifetime! (That is if we don’t do anything about it, of course).

This Fall, we will be planting American Chestnut Trees in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Join us in making sure that this very vital tree doesn’t go extinct anytime soon. All volunteers are welcome to the Fall planting events which will also include educational presentations and information on how we can help plant trees and look after our environment. Adults and famil...

June 28, 2015

By Dan De Lion of Return to Nature


Today I was shown a bit of groundhog medicine. She lives in my front yard with her 4 babies, so I want to befriend her, learn from her, and become connected with her, to work in symbiosis, and to watch her nurture her children with wisdom and awareness.


This begins first by picking up on the subtle cues of each other when we are in each other’s space. She will make alarm calls that will inform all who listen when someone, or something is coming. Groundhogs have a very loud and powerful alarm whistle. Every other animal listens to this, for it can mean life or death for them.


As I was sitting and meditating in the sunlight she decided I...

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