reflections on Indigenous sustainability talk

Last night I went to a talk about Indigenous sustainability practices and processes. The highlight for me was listening to David Kind, a Gundungurra man, share his stories of reconnecting with the landscape of his family line and relearning how to live sustainably. Using what grows locally, not leaving any waste and humbly working alongside…

​​ ​​   An interview from the Australian Permaculture Convergence with a special woman who has a deep relation to the world of plants, sharing some of her wisdom and love 🌿 :::: Annaliese Hordern is a passionate educator in Permaculture, Ethnobotany and community development. Utilising progressive and creative facilitation methods, she enjoys designing new leaning…

learning to live locally 

A simple truth- "An economy genuinely local and neighborly offers to localities a measure of security that they cannot derive from a national or global economy controlled by people who, by principle, have no local commitment." - Wendell Berry. Local, regional economies and self-governing communities which understand their needs, environment, culture and shared daily experiences…