We don’t scare easy. We’re mycologists.

My little boy thinks fungi are really cool. I’m not sure if it’s because you can eat them, or because you can’t eat them (deadly poisons with no cure are worth paying attention to), or because they’re generally overlooked, or because, intrinsically, they’re really interesting.

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How Aborigines made Australia

A few years ago, when our Edward was 15 months old, an old Nunkari (a traditional healer) in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands cured him of that awful chronic weeping eczema that neither western medicine or folk remedies had been able to address.

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Garden of Goodness

The new Garden of Health in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens includes a Garden of Healing, focussed on medicinal plants, and a Garden of Contemplation to draw attention to the importance of plants for restoration and well being.

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