A forest is an amazing repository of both knowledge and wisdom. Ecologist Suzanne Simard takes Anne Strainchamps on a walking tour of a forest to point out the remarkable web of life both above and below the ground.
Slime molds that solve mazes and parasitic dodder plants that seek out their prey are remarkable examples of nature's intelligence. Anthropologist Jeremy Narby offers lessons on how to see the entire world as our kin.
Robin Wall Kimmerer is a biologist, a writer, and a member of the Potawatomi nation. In her essay collection, "Braiding Sweetgrass," she weaves scientific knowledge and indigenous wisdom into a deeper understanding of the nature of plant life.