Category: Our Collective

Posts about people in the Collective

Call of the Wild – Podcasts

Nathania Gilson in the Guardian Online 2 October discusses how people are using podcasts to reconnect with nature. Hilary Whitehouse from James Cook University, whose research focus includes environmental education, believes nature-related podcasts are finding an audience due to the rapid rates of animal and plant extinction across the world.  As we get closer and […]

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September Quotes—Designing Regenerative Cultures

As a follow-up to the post on regenerative living the quotes for September are taken from: Daniel Christian Wahl’s book Designing Regenerative Cultures Published by Triarchy Press, Axminster, UK, 2016. (Page numbers are not available for these quotes). To see ourselves not as individuals but as living in a pattern of relationships with others; and [...]
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Groundswell – KSCA

The Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation is putting on Groundswell over the weekend 6 - 9 September at Bingara in the New England region of NSW. Across rural NSW, people are adapting to our changing environment and climate. They are regenerating landscapes, reshaping the food system, and using ingenious methods – old and new – [...]
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RE-GENERATION—Pathways out of the morass

The Wild Mountain Collective is joining with friends and colleagues to kickstart an exciting new project—REGENERATION. We envisage the project comprising a conference/symposium hosted by Charles Sturt University, Bathurst Campus, and a multi-arts event, hosted by Bathurst Regional Council. Leading the charge to establish the founding group are Dr Sarah Redshaw, Research Fellow, Charles Sturt [...]
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Earth Healers—A Blue Mountains Community of Practice – Victoria Walker

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS EARTH HEALERS The Earth Healers—a community of practice will commence in early August and meet monthly out of business hours. Anyone interested in taking part please contact me at victoriastarwalker@gmail.com. There is a voluntary $5 donation per session. CLIMATE GRIEVING There are increasing signs from scientists and meteorologists [...]
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