Repairing the Primal Tear: How Our Evolved Nest Heals Us, Our Animal Kin, and Our Planet
Lisa Reagan, Kindred’s editor, talks with Darcia Narvaez and Gay Bradshaw the authors of the new book, The Evolved Nest: Nature’s Way of Raising Children and Creating Connected Communities. Darcia is the founder of the Evolved Nest Initiative here at Kindred World and Gay is the executive director of The Kerulos Center in Jackson, Oregon. Gay is also the author of the Pulitzer Prize nominated Elephants on the Edge: What Animals Teach Us About Humanity. Their integrative efforts to produce this work is generating acclaim from many fields of science and sustainability.
Gabor Mate has written the foreword to the book, which you can read on Kindred. Gabor champions the book for being “rich in mind-boggling scientific observation, will leave the reader both humbled and grateful.” The book has received numerous enthusiastic endorsements from leaders in neuroscience such as Bruce Perry, Allan Schore, Dan Siegel, and Vandava Shiva.
You can also read the first chapter of the book at KindredMedia.org and read Darcia’s posts on the Evolved Nest exclusively at Kindred.
Read the foreword: kindredmedia.org/2023/07/gabor-ma…to-the-new-book/
Read the first chapter of the book: kindredmedia.org/2023/08/34998/
Read Darcia’s Evolved Nest posts on Kindred here.