...is the educational branch of this business. It sponsors all talks, classes, webinars, research studies, initiatives, and philanthropic works.
We're traveling in Maine, USA, doing philanthropic work to heal ecological damage. You can see Jim holding his ever-present notebook of treatment forms.
We decided to co-create the Institute because we wanted to have an educational "arm" that would be able to sponsor all of our good works. Everything we do and everything we learn while we are doing philanthropic works gets recycled back into everything we teach.
The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance supports Dr. Jim Conroy's many research studies:
Yes, the Institute sponsors this website. PartnerWithNature.org serves the growing community of people who want to shift their approach to Nature toward partnership. People seek partnership with Nature so that they and all Beings on Earth can mutually survive, strengthen each other, and thrive. At the site, people can learn, find awe-inspiring information, receive practical direction, and do spiritual, environmental, family-oriented, holistic, or galvanizing activities. If interested, people can make progress on a suggested path of activities or join with others in like-hearted community.
leads a grass-roots movement wherein participants use the practice of offering pre-set intentional messages from their hearts to the Living Beings of Nature as well as to Earth as a whole so as to mitigate the negative effects of climate change.
Inspires tree-loving people to self-fulfillment, holistic pro-action, tree advocacy, eco-spirituality, and creative thinking so that all living Beings—including people—can be healthy and have a continuously renewable future.
The Institute for Cooperative BioBalance sponsors the philanthropic work that Dr. Jim Conroy and Basia Alexander do at climate crisis locations.
For example, Dr. Jim and I have been to California at least 10 times between 2016 and 2020. We go to address climate-related ecological damage such as drought, fire, storms, mud slides, and more. Our work helps the trees and other ecosystem members prepare for, deal with, or recover from the climate extremes.
The Ways to Partner Blog contains numerous posts about these philanthropic works.
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