In Walking with Trees, Glennie Kindred takes us on an intimate and profoundly connecting walk with thirteen of our native
trees. She leads us into their worlds and opens our hearts to their wonders, their qualities and their potential to heal.
This is a book about relationships and inter-relationships: Our relationship with the trees, their relationships with each
other and with the natural world around them, and the flow of our communal relationship, past and present, which affects us
all as the web of life on Earth. Illustrated with the authors exquisite pencil drawings, Glennie's passion for trees is infectious,
and inspires us to look more closely, listen more intently and walk with trees more often. She shares her stories and encounters
with trees and weaves together many ways to deepen our engagement with them, from growing them, harvesting and using them
for medicine, food, and craftwork. She also encourages us to find our way into a more subtle and intuitive relationship with
the trees, as part of our journey to heal our fractured relationship with the Earth. As with all of Glennie's books, the
seasonal cycles and the Earth festivals are interwoven and provide further ways to deepen our journey with trees. This is
a book about possibilities, for those who care for our environment. This is a book that reminds you of what you might have
missed or forgotten, and reminds you of your power. This is a book of our time, where we recognise our deep interconnectivity
with the trees, with all of life and with the Earth herself. It inspires us to open our arms and hearts wide, and joyfully
embrace the changes.