Radical change & radical patience: lessons from my garden

Sometimes we have to spend time nurturing things even though we don’t know when and if they will flourish. This is true for gardens and it’s also true for social change and social movements. Maybe there are movements that, like my native wildflowers, seem to have died but will grow back stronger and more beautiful than ever. Maybe there are forms of social change that I will nurture for years like my Paw Paws, possibly never getting to eat the fruit myself but creating the conditions so that others can.

Planning for Spring, Part 4: Create Amazing Soil

The most important part of growing abundance in your outdoor spaces is to create healthy soil that is full of life. In healthy soil there is an abundance of life … Continue reading Planning for Spring, Part 4: Create Amazing Soil

New Year’s Reflections and Resolutions

I have a type-A personality, I am always busy working on and planning multiple projects and make endless to-do lists and elaborate plans. I try to channel this energy into … Continue reading New Year’s Reflections and Resolutions

Permaculture for Post-Capitalism with Becky Ellis

I am so honoured to be a repeat guest on the fantastic podcast Vegan Vanguard.¬†You can listen to our interview about post-capitalist futures and permaculture¬†here. I also did an interview … Continue reading Permaculture for Post-Capitalism with Becky Ellis

Episode 1: What is post-capitalist permaculture and why does it matter?

In this episode, I introduce myself as the host of the podcast and I outline why I want to see the development of an anti-capitalist permaculture movement. I begin to … Continue reading Episode 1: What is post-capitalist permaculture and why does it matter?

Thank-you India

In November 2017, I had the amazing experience of attending the International Permaculture Conference and Convergence in Hyderabad, India. It was my first time at an international permaculture convergence and, … Continue reading Thank-you India