Please click through the photo album. . . . . Read the whole story below. . . . . . Dr. Jim Conroy and the homeowner walk the 140 acre property in Red Hook, New York, USA, before the Tree Whispering® and Co-Existence Technologies™ work. They discuss the condition of the trees.
This property has several ponds. Initially, the homeowner’s focus was on the health of the trees only, not on the ponds. But, the health of the ponds ended up showing the best results because of the frogs coming back.
The homeowner exclaimed, “The frogs came back this year!”
140 acres in Red Hook, NY - Many ponds on this property highlight the need for integration of bodies of water within the total ecosystem. Dr. Jim used the property to further develop the techniques of Tree Whispering® and CoExistence Technologies™, his tree healing and ecosystem interconnecting and balancing work.
Old Chestnut trees still live in the yard. Their health is of paramount importance to the homeowner since so few Chestnut trees remain after the Chestnut Blight of the early 1900’s.
An important windbreak at the front of the property, this row of pines were stressed from being near the road and enduring harsh winters at the top of a hill.
Many maples on the property were showing signs of weakness after years of extreme temperature changes.
This tulip tree in the front of the property acts as a beacon to spread the pulses and new energy pattern of the treatment to surrounding trees.
“The Frogs Came Back to the Pond!”
Institute for Cooperative BioBalance® Ecosystem Research Study on 140 acre property in Red Hook, New York, USA.
Dr. Jim Conroy had been doing his Tree Whispering® and Co-Existence Technologies™ work on this 140 acre property since 2008.
In 2011, Dr. Jim did not have the opportunity to explain to the homeowner what he was doing on the property until very late in the season.
As their meeting started late in the season, she expressed happiness with the health of her trees and offhandedly mentioned to Dr. Jim Conroy that she noticed the return of frogs to her ponds.
She said she hadn’t heard or seen frogs for years. Then, Dr. Jim explained that he had established a Cooperative BioBalance® test site on her property.
Since the techniques of Cooperative BioBalance involve not only improving the health of individual trees but also interconnecting and balancing the entire ecosystem, she was not surprised that the frogs made a come-back. Frogs are a crucial component of many ecosystems. When they are gone, it is often an indication of a “sick” ecosystem.
This location is now one of the test sites for the Northeast USA Ash Tree and Emerald Ash Borer EcoSystem Research Study. Other test sites include: Salisbury, CT, Omega Institute, NY, Alford, MA, Sharon, CT, and Blairstown, NJ.
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