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"Dr. Sharashkin is a researcher in alternative forestry, organic gardening, and man-nature relationships and proponent of father-assisted homebirth. Formerly, Program Manager at World Wildlife Fund in Russia and editor of Russia's largest environmental magazine, Leonid translated into Russian a number of books, including Tompkins and Bird's The Secret Life of Plants and Leboyer's Birth Without Violence. He is editor of the Anastasia series of books, Ringing Cedars by Vladimir Megré.
"He received his PhD in Forestry where he completed a dissertation on the socioeconomic and cultural significance of organic gardening"
"Together with my wife Irina we translated into Russian the seminal Small is Beautiful by E.F. Schumacher, The Secret Life of Plants by Tompkins and Bird, and The Continuum Concept: In Search of Happiness Lost by Jean Liedloff. " 
" From 2001 to 2003 he headed the Conservation Finance and Economic Programme of the World Wide Fund for Nature (also known as World Wildlife Fund, or WWF Russia) in Moscow. During this time he also served as editor of Russia’s largest environmental magazine, The Panda Times." PhD
- Workshop Speaker, Twelth International Conference on Science and Consciousness 
Resources and articles
- John Woodsworth, Susan K. Woodsworth
- The secret life of plants by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, The continuum concept by Jean Liedloff and Birth without violence by Frederick Leboyer.
- Diane M. Cooper - Spirit of Maat
- ↑ Twelth International Conference on Science and Consciousness Leonid Sharashkin, organizational web page, accessed July 14, 2013.
- ↑ Twelth International Conference on Science and Consciousness Speakers, organizational web page, accessed July 12, 2013.