EcoPeace Treaties are mediated between organisms that are usually at odds with each other. That often includes “invasive” insects or disease organisms.

PLEASE CLICK TO SEE THE SLIDE SHOW. ASH TREE leaflettes are grouped in 5-7 opposite arrangements. Each has its own little short stem.
PLEASE CLICK TO SEE THE SLIDE SHOW.  ASH TREE leaflettes are grouped in 5-7 opposite arrangements. Each has its own little short stem.
Salsibury, CT. The property owner has many Ash trees which were not healthy when we started the test in 2011. Unhealthy trees attract insects and diseases. Dr. Jim’s plan is to use his hands-on bioenergy healing systems to improve the health of the Ash trees so that they are less susceptible to the Emerald Ash Borer.
The property owner has many Ash trees which were not healthy when we started the test in 2011.  Unhealthy trees attract insects and diseases.  Dr. Jim’s plan is to use his hands-on bioenergy healing systems to improve the health of the Ash trees so that they are less susceptible to the Emerald Ash Borer.
Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY. 195 acre research site.
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Alford, MA. The dots show only the Ash Trees that were positively identified. There are more in the forests around those edges.
The dots show only the Ash Trees that were positively identified.  There are more in the forests around those edges.
Sharon, CT, research site.
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Red Hook, NY research site.
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2012 – Five Ash tree/Emerald Ash Borer Research Sites in the Hudson Valley, NY

"Main" is the main Ash tree where Dr. Jim Conroy and Basia Alexander tie together all of the holistic treatments at the Omega Institute Property. This Ash tree is just about in the middle of the property and on Lake Road where all of Omega's offices are located.

“Main” sits right in between all of the main buildings on the Omega Institute campus.  It will be the focal point of our Ash tree and Emerald Ash Borer EcoPeace Treaty research in the Hudson Valley of New York State.

“Main” is the main Ash tree where Dr. Jim Conroy and Basia Alexander tie together all of the holistic treatments at the Omega Institute Property. This Ash tree is just about in the middle of the property and on Lake Road where all of Omega’s offices are located.

 

 

EcoPeace Treaties are mediated between organisms that are usually at odds with each other. That often includes “invasive” insects or disease organisms.

2012 Video: Emerald Ash Borer & Ash Tree Make 1st EcoPeace Treaty “We Want to Live, Too!”

Insect and Ash Trees Make their first EcoPeace Treaty, 2012

The Emerald Ash Borer says that it wants to live, too.

Dr. Conroy facilitates an EcoPeace Treaty between the Ash trees on the Omega Institute campus and a non-native insect working its way eastward from the Great Lakes, USA, area. The insect’s deep, innate intelligence explains Read more…

EcoPeace Treaties are mediated between organisms that are usually at odds with each other. That often includes “invasive” insects or disease organisms.

2012-Emerald Ash Borer ***NOT*** near Omega Institute

The Emerald Ash Borer has NOT been found in the area around Omega Institute at this point in time. Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer®, checks in with state officials periodically to find out whether they have located the insect in the area. So far, they have not.

EcoPeace Treaties are mediated between organisms that are usually at odds with each other. That often includes “invasive” insects or disease organisms.

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Aerial shot of the research site.
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Goals set for first Emerald Ash Borer and Ash tree research study. 1st site is in Salisbury, Connecticut

Many mature Ash trees grace this 3 acre homesite.

Dr. Jim Conroy and Ms. Basia Alexander were a bit late arriving in Colorado as the development of the Pine Bark Beetle infestation in the Vail and Winter Park, Colorado, areas was well underway in 2007. Despite that, we had much success with saving many Lodgepole Pine trees on private properties from 2007 ’til now. We are expecting Read more…