Backyard Book Club
Backyard Book Club is a public book club. For more information, please visit http://thebackyardbookclub.com/
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Feb - 2/26 10am Mushroom Cultivation Workshop at Miracle Grounds Farm at Crossnore:
- Entangled Life by Merlin Sheldrake
- DIY Mushroom Cultivation by Willoughby Arevalo
March - 3/22 6pm book discussion:
- Planet (Kinship Series #1) by Gavin Van Horn
- May - Place (Kinship Series #2) by Gavin Van Horn
- July - Partners (Kinship Series #3) by Gavin Van Horn
- September - Persons (Kinship Series #4) by Gavin Van Horn
- November - Practice (Kinship Series #5) by Gavin Van Horn
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A “brilliant [and] entrancing” (The Guardian) journey into the hidden lives of fungi—the great connectors of the living world—and their astonishing and intimate roles in human life, with the power to heal our bodies, expand our minds, and help us address our most urgent environmental problems.
Offering clear and comprehensive instructions for low-tech growing for a range of budgets, interests, and scales, this book offers practical inspiration and a sense that hey, I can do this
--- DANIELLE STEVENSON, owner, DIY Fungi
Volume 1 of the Kinship series revolves around the question of planetary relations What are the sources of our deepest evolutionary and planetary connections, and of our profound longing for kinship?
Volume 2 of the Kinship series revolves around the question of place-based relations To what extent does crafting a deeper connection with the Earth's bioregions reinvigorate a sense of kinship with the place-based beings, systems, and communities that mutually shape one another?
Volume 3 of the Kinship series revolves around the question of interspecies relations How do relations between and among different species foster a sense of responsibility and belonging in us?
Volume 4 of the Kinship series revolves around the question of interpersonal relations Which experiences expand our understanding of being human in relation to other-than-human beings?
Volume 5 of the Kinship series revolves around the question of practice What are the practical, everyday, and lifelong ways we become kin?
*Nautilus Book Award Gold Medal Winner: Ecology & Environment
For readers of Braiding Sweetgrass and The Overstory