Posted on January 3, 2014
(“See, these red round things are MINE”)
from Robert Greenways’ Corona Farm in Port Townsend, Washington
“Applied Ecopsychology” (also known as “tomato therapy”)
Thank you, Robert Greenway, for all you have contributed to Ecopsychology and our understandings of the human-nature relationship.
With great respect, Dan Shelton.
Lovely! Thanks, Robert.
thanks for the comments. After posting the picture, I thought of a better title: studies of the frog-tomato relationship. (“See, these red round things are MINE”)
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