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Journeys and Workshops:
   Circling San Francisco Bay

Guided Meditation:
  The Inca Trail: A Shaman's Journey

Trail Teller:
   Mending Indra's Net
   Ginny's Ecopsychology Blog

Special Circumstances
   Hospice; End of Life Concerns and Explorations

Special Events and Presentations:
   Meeting the Shadow - Eating Hucha
 Circling San Francisco Bay


Conferences and Retreats:
   The Wisdom of the Horsetail
   Women's Retreat August 20- 21
   St. Joseph Island
   Ontario, Canada
   Check back for details


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These are links to some of my favorite sites:

Here are some other important resources:

Acterra: Brings people together to create local solutions for a healthy planet. A variety of ongoing programs, one of which (ACTerraGreen) helps people work together to take action against global warming. acterra.org

International Community for Ecopsychology: A public forum for our diverse experiences of the human-nature relationship. Through sharing connections they hope to provide a bridge towards harmony with the planet we inhabit. ecopsychology.org

Save The Bay is the oldest and largest organization working exclusively to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay. savesfbay.org They are also helping to manifest a great television series: savingthebay.net

Midpeninsula Open Space District has permanently preserved over 57,000 acres of mountainous, foothill, and bayland open space, creating 26 open space preserves (24 of which are open to the public). openspace.org

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition is a diverse organization engaged in research, advocacy and grassroots organizing to promote human health and environmental justice in response to the rapid growth of the high-tech industry. Check out their Silicon Valley Toxics Tour. Did you know that we have a higher concentration of EPA-identified toxic superfund sites in the South Bay than anywhere else in the United States? etoxics.org

San Bruno Mountain Watch Conservancy advocates for endangered species on the mountain, helping to protect Native shellmounds, and teaching people to love and care for the land there. Newly opened Mission Blue Nursery will be the backbone of the stewardship program for habitat restoration on San Bruno Mountain. mountainwatch.org

Center for Biological Diversity based originally out of New Mexico has expanded and is doing fantastic work to protect endangered relatives (both plant and animal) including in the San Francisco Bay Area. Check out their extensive staff and job openings; right livelihood for sure. biologicaldiversity.org

Bay Nature has a great magazine and is up to many other kinds of other goodness in the area. www.baynature.com Save Mount Diablo "has been instrumental in increasing open space on and around the mountain from 6,788 acres to more than 89,000 acres". Wonderful. savemountdiablo.org

California Native Plant Society has a few different chapters in the Bay Area and is obviously a strong advocate for our green-blooded relatives. cnps.org

Wikipedia - Ecopsychology: Explains how ecopsychology combines ecology and psychology. discusses practical benefits of ecopsychology. wikipedia.org/ecopsychology

University Of Denver, Department of Psychology: Overview of ecopsychology.
universityofdenver.edu

Ecopsychology OnLine: Online Journal of Ecopsychology. Archive of past issues. ecopsychologyonline.ca

Ecology Center: Provides the public with reliable information, tools, hands-on training, referrals, strategies, infrastructure, and models for sustainable living. Our programs enable people to adopt practices that are environmentally and socially responsible. Located in the Bay Area, CA. ecologycenter.org