Posts Tagged: sustainability

Self-regulation and accepting feedback: part 1

The following post contains my thoughts on permaculture principle four: self-regulation and accepting feedback (as part of my diploma process). This is part 1 of a two-part series, since it’s such a broad principle. Bear with me on this longer

Self-regulation and accepting feedback: part 1

The following post contains my thoughts on permaculture principle four: self-regulation and accepting feedback (as part of my diploma process). This is part 1 of a two-part series, since it’s such a broad principle. Bear with me on this longer

Natural farming: less is more and the value of complexity

“Lately I’ve been thinking that the point must be reached when scientists, politicians, artists, philosophers, men of religion, and all those who work in the fields should gather here, gaze out over these fields, and talk things over together. I

Natural farming: less is more and the value of complexity

“Lately I’ve been thinking that the point must be reached when scientists, politicians, artists, philosophers, men of religion, and all those who work in the fields should gather here, gaze out over these fields, and talk things over together. I

Get your free education on

I un-enrolled from a free e-course on sustainability this morning. I did it mainly because I’m going to England this Friday for a two-week permaculture design course, and I realized that I can’t juggle both. While I’m kind of sad

Get your free education on

I un-enrolled from a free e-course on sustainability this morning. I did it mainly because I’m going to England this Friday for a two-week permaculture design course, and I realized that I can’t juggle both. While I’m kind of sad

Thank you David Icke; thoughts on healing the planet

I will take this blog post to thank David Icke for his devotion to humanity through his book Heal the World: A Do-It Yourself Guide to Human & Planetary Change. I felt his energy fly off the page and fill

Thank you David Icke; thoughts on healing the planet

I will take this blog post to thank David Icke for his devotion to humanity through his book Heal the World: A Do-It Yourself Guide to Human & Planetary Change. I felt his energy fly off the page and fill