I don’t know anything that draws as many people from different backgrounds, generations, and skill sets as permaculture. People from all walks of life are waking up to realize that our current culture is destructive and unsustainable. It’s wonderful to be in presence of people who are interested in and excited about creating the alternatives!
Yesterday, I had another opportunity to be in a group of peraculture-type people as we met to play around with Earth-based painting techniques. We were working in a gorgeous old apartment building built in the early 1900s. Through years of wear and tear, some of the units are in better shape than others, and we were practicing in one that is being completely redone.
So why were we playing around with Earth-based painting? Continue reading