There, I’ve said it! Live and Let Live: Multidimensional Collaboration is Out

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The book is only available at the publisher’s website:

We wrote this book in record time because we were inspired. It is sure to inspire you, too.

We feel that it will set the bar high for new perspectives on  ecological solutions for backyards, regions, and the planet.

You’ll learn about the development of my EcoPeace Treaty approach to co-existence among ecosystem members, even “invasives.”

At the same time, this idea whose time has come will stimulate your imagination and galvanize your desire to live in a better world.

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2014 Ash Tree and Emerald Ash Borer Research Project Resumes

Research resumes early in the year, before the Ash Trees have leaves.  Why? Because on sunny days, the sunny side of trees is warm enough to support the EAB larvae, if there are any in the trees.  So far, none have been found on the many research sites in the Hudson Valley and in New Jersey.


This is Basia's hand-drawn map of the Sharon, CT, Ash/EAB research site.

This is Basia’s hand-drawn map of the Sharon, CT, Ash/EAB research site.

I Have Something New to Say

I am bursting with new information from the last few years of research that I have been doing.  So, I am going to spend the whole winter writing and collaborating with my business partner, Basia Alexander, to produce a new book. It will be called Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems.

It will show solutions to ecosystem degradation and humanity’s dilemma: how to thrive sustainably while restoring healthy interactivity and dynamic balance to ecological systems, including those with “invasives.”

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Who Will Enjoy this Book?

  • Tree people and plant lovers.
  • Visionaries who can foresee restoring balance to ecosystems in backyards and on large scales.
  • “Green” and sustainable lifestylers.
  • Gardeners, Nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Environmentalists.
  • Mindful and spiritual adventurers.
  • Tree or plant professionals and growers who want a better way.
  • Open-minded, open hearted, hopeful, positive, proactive people.
  • People who want to verify past Nature-connection experiences.
  • Those seeking association with like-hearted and like-minded people

Dr. Jim Conroy Talks about the EcoPeace Treaty with the Deer

Dr. Jim’s work is developing.  He is interacting with other Nature Beings besides trees and plants.  His recent innovations, Cooperative BioBalance and EcoPeace Treaties, allow him to work with insects, disease organisms, and even mammals.  Here, he talks about working with Deer and the demonstration vegetable gardens at an EcoLiteracy Center in New Jersey.


2012, Beginning a Research Study with Ash Trees and Ash Borer

P1220034April 20, 2012, Dr. Jim Conroy, The Tree Whisperer®, is launching research into an EcoPeace Treaty between Ash Trees (as pictured here) and the Emerald Ash Borer insect (considered an “invasive” in the Northeast USA.)


The goal of this research is to show that the Emerald Ash Borer and Ash trees can co-exist

(a) without the insects killing the trees and
(b) without people having to kill either one, by…

  •  improving the bioenergetic interconnectivity of all living Beings in a defined ecosystem,
  •  improving the health of Ash trees, specifically, in that defined ecosystem,
  • establishing a condition of dynamic balance in that ecosystem wherein all organisms support the WHOLE. The WHOLE ecosystem is greater than the sum of is parts.

This Institute for Cooperative BioBalance® research is based on 4 principles:

  1. “Live and Let Live” means collaborating in partnership and cooperation, not attempting to dominate or control. Killing is obsolete.
  2. If all are healthy, trees and plants can co-exist–live in dynamic balance–with insects, diseases, and related organisms, and vice versa.
  3. People can communicate with the deep intelligence in trees, plants, so-called “invasives,” and the other living Beings of Nature, and, therefore, can co-create and co-exist in a situation where everybody thrives.
  4. People need to come from the other living Being’s point of view and collaborate as equals by asking Nature first, with humility! People should not assume superiority or presume that they know best.
2011. This is a photo of my wipe-off board where I write the day's research locations. I noted that for the first time in a long time, the tree nearest to the house fruited!
PLEASE CLICK TO SEE THE WHOLE SLIDE SHOW. This is the tree nearest to the house.
The tree nearest to the house fruited abundantly for the first time in years.

2011, First EcoPeace Treaty with Apple Trees

Announcing the first EcoPeace Treaty work with Apple Trees.