Cooperative BioBalance Sustainability and Environment

Cooperative BioBalance Means Attaining True Sustainability and Environmental Health in 3 ways:

Cooperative BioBalance Sustainability and Environment. Collaborating with Nature.

Leslie, dedicated steward of her land in Colorado, with her young Lodgepole Pine trees.

Partnering with Nature.  People can begin to create true sustainability in their backyards and on the planet by forging equal and cooperative partnerships with all living Beings.  Trees, plants, insects, and all organisms have Nature’s wisdom; you can communicate with them through your intuition and sensory sensitivity. Think outside the box: acting in partnership is always possible by talking with an equal.



Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald Ash Borer. Photo Credit: David Cappaert, Michigan State University

Balancing Invasives.  Challenge: realize that invasive organisms are a symptom, not the problem. Livable dynamic balance in all members of an ecosystem––including invasives––can be restored without products and without killing. Better stewardship of the land and the Earth begins with adopting the fundamental principle “live-and-let-live” and carrying out the new practices that go along with that idea.



Whole EcoSystem Diagram. ©Basia Alexander, Institute for Cooperative BioBalance.

Whole EcoSystem Diagram. ©Basia Alexander, Institute for Cooperative BioBalance.

Rejuvenating EcoSystems.  Ecosystems at all scales are fragmented and unhealthy. Ecosystems and their members––including people––need to be rejuvenated and renewed as connected and interconnected wholes.  That can only be done with innovative and proven bioenergy-based healing techniques. You can play the role of protector of ecosystems, starting right in your own backyard.  Effects are local and can ripple out globally because everything is connected on this planet.


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