How climate change affects indigenous healing practices

 For centuries, Indigenous communities have turned to plant medicine for spiritual and physical healing. But what happens when the earth is out of sync? Flowers don’t bloom when they’re supposed to, plants go extinct and temperatures become deadly. In this episode from Elisabeth Jimenez, listen to Marika Alvarado, a Lipan Apache Medicine Woman, talk about the challenges posed by climate change, as well as the power — and necessity — of having hope.

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