EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

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2013 – Seeking Ash Trees in NJ, New Research Site Added

We are  expanding his research study on Ash Trees and the Emerald Ash Borer into New Jersey.

A 250+ acre site in Blairstown, near the Pennsylvania border, shows promise because it has a lot of Ash trees.

No Emerald Ash Borer insect has been found in New Jersey yet, but they have been found in Pennsylvania.

Just at the edge of a rise… Read more…

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

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May 6, 2014. Ash trees are leafing-out late after a harsh and long winter
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2012 – 2013: Overwintering Ash Tree

As a tree goes into dormancy, it is very important that it is able to distribute its energy properly between the leaf-buds for the following spring and the roots. To ensure that the Ash trees would be able to leaf-out effectively in the spring, Dr. Jim did some special treatments at all the locations in October.

Dr. Jim’s special process helps the trees distribute their food and resources properly from leaf-buds to roots.

When he was wrapping up his research study treatment in 2012 at the Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY, Dr. Jim Conroy used his intuitive communication interface with the Ash trees to find out when they wanted him to come back. Starting the Co-Existence Technologies® and EcoPeace Treaties™ treatments early — as the Emerald Ash Borer’s larvae are just becoming active — is key to the treatment process.
The Ash trees said “February 19th.” So today is when he went back.

Here is his photo of the Ash tree we call “Main” on the Omega campus.

 

 

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

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This Ash tree deep in the forest was hit by lightening.
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This Ash tree deep in the forest was hit by lightening.
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85 acres added to Ash/EAB study in Sharon, CT, USA

This beautiful Ash tree in front of the main house in Sharon, CT, USA, is now part of the Ash tree and Emerald Ash Borer research study in the Hudson Valley. Mike has 85 beautiful acres covered with about 30% Ash trees.
The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has not be reported in the area. According to Dr. Jim Conroy, the Sharon site should become dynamically balanced and healthy. If the EAB does fly into the area, the EAB should not be attracted to trees on the property because the whole ecosystem will be bioenergetically interconnected, sharing information, and dimensionally whole.

The idea behind the research study is to bring up the health of the entire ecosystem so that the EAB and and Ash trees can co-exist. In other words, Ash trees can thrive even with EAB larvae feeding on their tissues; EAB won’t kill the trees. The philosophy is called “Live-And-Let-Live.”

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

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The main Ash tree by the pond.
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A big Ash tree on the road.
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2012 – Site in Red Hook, NY, becomes an Ash/EAB test site

On top of a hill, in Red Hook, New York, USA, 146 mostly-forested acres of private property joins the Ash tree/Emerald Ash Borer research study.

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

The long narrow property is line with hundreds of Ash trees.
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2012- 12 Acre Site in Alford, MA, added to Ash/EAB research

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This property is long and narrow. Along both edges, at least 1/3rd of the trees are Ash trees.

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

Typically late leafing-out, the Ash tree that we named "21 Beautiful" is just to the side of Cabin 21B on the Omega Campus. Note the typically "opposite" configuration of branches.
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Omega's 195 wooded acres has many Ash trees. However, making sure that we can find them again is a challenge!
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2012, Ash and Ash Borer Research – Finding the Trees

These Ash trees are becoming healthier and the multitude of ecosystems on the Omega Institute campus are knitting together at both the physical and bioenergy levels as Dr. Jim Conroy works multi-dimensionally.

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

Video: Growth Strategy of Ash Trees

What is the Growth Strategy of Ash Trees?  

Through his use of non-linear knowing (intuition) combined with his proprietary Tree Whispering® and Green Centrics® systems, Dr. Jim Conroy communicates with and does bioenergy healing on the whole ecosystem and Ash Trees at Omega Institute’s campus in Rhinebeck, NY.  He is conducting a Cooperative BioBalance® study of Ash Trees and the Emerald Ash Borer in the Northeast USA.

Dr. Conroy asked an Ash tree and in this video it reveals its secret to you!  Click here…. Read more…

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

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Light grey colored trunks with a "diamond" shape.
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PLEASE CLICK TO SEE THE SLIDE SHOW. ASH TREE leaflettes are grouped in 5-7 opposite arrangements. Each has its own little short stem.
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Identifying Ash Trees

How do you know an Ash tree when you see one, even if it’s in winter when there are no leaves?

  • “Diamond” shapes in the light-colored bark.
  • “Opposite” arrangement of branches and stems that go a bit upward and look like old-style tv antennae.
  • Clusters of 5-7 leaflets, also arranged in “opposite” structure.
  • Often very tall and narrow trees in the forest.  In landscapes, they can be either very tall and narrow or shorter and full.

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

2012 Ash Tree and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty Structure & Goals

EcoPeace Treaty Structure

EPT-Triangle-ash-eabAn EcoPeace Treaty is an agreement between 2 organisms that are usually at odds with each other and people. An EcoPeace Treaty is made in the context of a Whole Emergent Ecosystem.  That is, an ecosystem Read more…

EcoPeace Treaty research with the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash Trees.

How are Ash trees and Emerald Ash Borer brought into dynamic balance?

Dr. Conroy is developing new bioenergy-based processes and expanding his own consciousness in order to interact with and address the ecosystem in which the trees are located. By communicating and collaborating with the life force of the ecosystem as a whole–as well as with components such as the trees, plants, insects, disease organisms–Dr. Jim’s innovative, multi-dimensional approach restores health, re-established information exchanges, and rejuvenates interconnectivity among the components. As a result, the Ash trees and the EAB can live in dynamic balance and can co-exist in a healthy ecosystem.

20131214-142523.jpgIn this photo, you see Dr. Jim touching, tapping, and communing with an Ash tree within its ecosystem. The process is based on the same philosophy as energy-medicine for people; however the approaches are specifically designed for Nature’s living Beings.

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is considered an “invasive” but it is really just an unwilling immigrant that came to North America from China in the 1990’s. Since there are no “bad guys” in the Live-and-Let-Live philosophy of Cooperative BioBalance, we–Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander– are not trying to kill or remove the Emerald Ash Borer.

The two ecosystem members–Ash trees and EAB–can co-exist in a healthy ecosystem. The EAB does not have to kill Ash trees. Ash trees do not have to die because they have larvae feeding on their tissues.

In order to bring the Ash trees and the Emerald Ash Borer into dynamic balance so that they can co-exist, Dr. Jim Conroy is expanding his holistic, hands-on approach that he has used since 2003 to heal individual trees.