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16 E. Main Street, Warner NH  03278

603-456-2700  

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Please join us on Sunday, June 11 at 2 pm

 

Didi Pershouse

 

 

 

 

 

VT acupuncturist and author of

 

The Ecology of Care

 

What can Cuban doctors, innovative ranchers in Saskatchewan, and the microbiome teach us about how to care for people and the Earth at the same time?


In this richly layered book, Didi Pershouse takes us on a fast-moving, sharp-witted journey through her own life: from growing up with the neurosurgeon who accidentally discovered the seat of memory in the brain, to working in a smoke-filled office at New York magazine, to her career as an innovative acupuncturist in Vermont, and on to a passion for close-knit communities, grazing cows, and soil restoration as solutions to much of what ails us.

Along the way, she unfolds a surprising new take on the story of our time: how the germ theory of disease joined with a profit-based economy, and unwittingly led to a “sterilization” of medicine, agriculture, and even our social lives. This 150-year detour has brought about the near destruction of our climate as well as a great forgetting of the power of connection. By documenting a scientific understanding of the intelligence of the whole, Pershouse nudges us awake with a hopeful view and shows us how to reclaim the rich, “fertile” lives we are meant for.
 

Didi will discuss the book and hold an informal Discussion Circle focusing on various topics tailored to the group's interests. 

Microorganisms, Unseen Workers of the World

Healing Generation RX: Supporting Our Young People Without Psychiatric Drugs

The Commons of Care: A New Paradigm for Human Health (and Agriculture)

Climate, Water, Soil and Hope: A Whole Systems Approach to Thinking about How Landscapes Function

Writing for Social Change

The Ecology of Care: Medicine, Agriculture, Money, and the Quiet Power of Human and Microbial Communities Cover Image
$22.94
ISBN: 9780692613030
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Mycelium Books - December 10th, 2015

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MainStreet MarketPlace
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Open Daily from 9 am to 6 pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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by Lucinda McQueen
 
 
MainStreet MarketPlace & Gallery, in the attached barn,
featuring local art, local products, and local food.
Paintings, ceramics, prints, pottery, jewelry, quilts, furniture and many assorted hand-crafted items from our local artists,
as well as homespun wool, local eggs, milk, and produce in season.
At MainStreet MarketPlace & Gallery all are welcome to relax with a cup of coffee, free wi-fi, and children have their own play corner.  
 
 
Jim Mitchell Community Park
 
 
 
MainStreet BookEnds partners with MainStreet Warner, Inc. MSW, Inc.
 
 
 
 
 

MainStreet BookEnds shares this space with MainStreet Warner, Inc., the non-profit foundation responsible for the adjacent Jim Mitchell Community Park and MainStreet Warner Stage and amphitheater.

Events in the Gallery, Park  and Stage are coordinated through MainStreet Warner, Inc.,
established in 2000, and dedicated to promoting the arts, education and preservation of the Warner Community. 
 

Future Amphitheater   
  Jim Mitchell
Community Park
MainStreet Warner Stage and Amphitheater
 
 
 
 
We are thrilled to be the second bookstore in the country to be 100% SOLAR!
Installed in January of 2012, our 11.52 KW solar system provides 100% of all the electrical needs for the building, as well as for the park.
DoBros B&W
 
Just one more reason

Something Wonderful is Happening in Warner
 
 
MainStreet BookEnds celebrates their 16th Birthday with a "Children's Literature Float" ~ WFFF Parade 10/12/14