The following list of activities are not executed under this collective. It is a list of activities in which the individuals of the collective are involved and are in compliance with the mission of this collective.
This list does not include all activities, but showcases our experience and our connections in webs of interbeings.
Websites and social media groups, as administrators and/or writers:
Forest bathing (Flemish)
Wood wide web stories (English)
Health Gardens in Brussels (English)
Medicinal Plants in Belgium (English)
Websites, as facilitators, collaborators and/or supporting roles
Wood Wide Web Belgium (English)
Healing Forest blog(English)
Robur op Den Eik vzw (Dutch & English)
Artistic projects, as artist
Online short story, blending ecofeminist ideas and solarpunk elements, situated in Daegu, South-Korea, submitted after a call for local science fiction (which is not in a ‘traditional place’):
Participation as artist in The Nature Of Cities Festival
With short story ‘a Pine Tree in the Campine’
(URL not known yet)
A circular fiction story, co-funded by the Flemish Ministry of Environment (in Dutch):
Artistic projects, as co-creator
Common Dreams School in order to explore, imagine, create alternatives to face climate changes and societal transformation with Maria Lucia Cruz Correia (Portugal/Belgium)
Walking from Scores with Elena Biserna (Italy/FRance, residence at Q-O2 in Brussels) to explore walking as collective creative practice to transform landscapes into inclusive public spaces (it also covers nature environments)
How to support communities grow and drive change?
From Inner Leadership to Co-creation
Cocreating methods supported by art for Participatory and Diverse virtual spaces.
Live Events, as incubator and/or organiser
International Forest Therapy days (English)
The Nature of Cities festival (TNOC festival)
Self-care within nature during covid-19 pandemic: transformation and cultivation of nature experience
InVIVO Planetary Health
Therapeutic landscapes in Brussels city for human health promotion and disease prevention
Photo 1: "Where is home?"
A web of interbeing for the period September 2019-March 2020 (training as forest therapy guide)
by Wendy Wuyts
Photo 2: Tea ceremony at the end of a short forest bath, February 2021
one cup for Asya
one for Quentin
one for Nathan
one for the guide
one for the forest
Photo 3: A Virtual circle in the forest
Concept by Wendy & Priscille
Read more about the idea behind this in 'tools and methods'