Join us in this episode as we sit down with Judith Polich, a former lawyer turned environmentalist and author of the book, "Why can't we be more like trees?".

Judith delves into her breakthrough research on the interconnectedness of the tree and plant community, drawing intriguing parallels to human interactions.

In our conversation, Judith shares compelling examples that highlight the remarkable similarities between the two communities. By exploring these connections, she delves into what we can learn from the trees and plants that surround us. She emphasizes the importance of nurturing our environment, cultivating a sense of responsibility, and reconnecting with the natural world.

Turning her attention to legacy, Judith underscores the significance of imparting knowledge to the younger generation about the value of nature. Exploring the contract established with nature from the very beginning, she highlights the need for us to rediscover our role in caring for and preserving what we reap from it.

To connect with Judith, learn more about her great work, and pick up a copy of her work, visit

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