What Have We Done?! What Can We Do? (S2C E59)
We constantly discover amazing, wandering, wonderful journeys of life when we talk with our guests. Diane Ferguson is no exception.
Our time with her is split up unto two video edits, one focusing on her experiences as a Nurse, Maternity Nurse, and Nurse Professor. In this career-journey she discovered. the painful truths about toxins in breast-milk and began teaching people about toxins in products and materials. The second video shares her excitement about building her own straw-bale home, and how this journey is truly a way to build community and build a forever-home that will support her health in mind, body, and spirit.
Each is full of information about how oblivious we have been regarding the use of toxic ingredients in cleaning and personal products, foods, the medical profession, and building materials.
And in each, Diane shares her joy in learning, sharing, and doing. And this is what makes any journey beautiful and connective.
Below are resources Diane has shared with us. Copy them into your browser to delve deeper. Check out in particular her workshop site, and Sigi’s site to learn more about straw-bale construction with hands-on sessions!
- Diane’s workshop site: https://gem.godaddy.com/s/43dc731
- Sigi’s Site, Down To Earth Design: https://buildnaturally.com/
- Endicott College: https://www.endicott.edu/
- Having Faith, by Sandra Steingraber https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/287060/having-faith-by-sandra-steingraber/
- Sandra Steingraber: Twitter – @ssteingraber1 and website – steingraber.com
- Health & Environments in the 21st Century textbook: https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/environment-health-21st-century
- Ice Stone Countertops: https://icestoneusa.com/
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