Rewilding… for our own sake

Heatwaves this Summer came and went. Mercury reached well over 40°C on several occasion. I know there will be more of them in the future as our climate progresses to unpredictable instability. Meanwhile, we buy another aircon, we sip slushies and we tweet about how hot it is. Who are we kidding? As we put [...]

Enriching our resilience

Here is a collection of pictures from our part-time PDC. Every day we start with a practicum session – we get our hands dirty, we energize our body and ground ourselves with skills that enrich our resilience and perpetuate traditional life skills. Last week, we were blessed to be able to visit Jacky, Gary and [...]

Design from patterns to details

We come from families of farmers and gardeners and they are, like everybody else, growing old. They’ve always managed their gardens the same, traditional, way ; carting in wheelbarrow-full of composts and manures to enrich the soil, ploughing with a rotary hoe, planting densely, weeding by hand, etc. The older they're getting, the lesser the [...]