Social and cultural renewal through the integration of education, agriculture, and the arts
Blending green building technology and perma-culture economics to fuel a thriving community http://www.theguardian.com/environment/gardening-blog/video/2011/mar/22/lammas-eco-village-off-grid-video https://www.permaculture.org.uk/knowledge-base/principles
http://www.tallbergfoundation.org/conversations-that-matter/ – The Illusion of Stability, Unifying the Arts and Sciences
An Ecology of Mind : Film on the Visual Anthropologist Gregory Bateson http://www.anecologyofmind.com/thefilm.html
An Ecology of Food http://www.internationalbatesoninstitute.org/projects/
What is food? Food is: agriculture, economy, culture, and conversation, ancestral recipes, weavers of tables cloths, traditions of seasons, the perfect onion, a child’s berry stained chin… Food is poetry, medicine, friendship, time, poison, economy. Ask the question “What is food?”– and the answer is not: The stuff on my plate. The answer is that food is about relationships. These relationships are formed between generations that plant together, between man and nature, between the family members who eat together, it is in the conversation, in the heritage of the basket weaver who makes the baskets that are used to take food to neighbouring villages for market. It is in the relationship between towns economically. Seeds used in ceremony, represent long-term linkages between people, nature, cycles, and attitudes toward the future.