Permaculture Design

 

“The greatest change we need to make is from consumption to production, even if on a small scale, in our own gardens. If only 10% of us do this, there is enough for everyone. Hence the futility of revolutionaries who have no gardens, who depend on t...

  I am a guilty, silent witness who partakes in the human activity that has brought about the rapid climatic change we are experiencing on earth. The Earth has called to me with blasting, hot droughts and fires, tornado winds and many other natural disasters to demonst...

As and Eco-psychologist, Horticulturalist and Landscape Designer, I have a key interest in the environmental humanitarian perspectives and responses to climate change and clarifying the role I can play in mitigation, healing and recovery. I have always felt deeply conn...

The emergence of Eco-therapies to reconnect people to nature in response to nature-disconnected problems reflects our current global perspectives of climate change and the psychological distress from political and consumerist agendas and lack of action. With the predic...

Have you ever thought about the emotional costs of ecological decline and living in a society which values economic values above ecological and welfare?  

 

Does it manifest as Anxiety, Depression, Fear, Despair, Guilt, Feelings of being overwhelmed/powerless, addictive...

Have you noticed that issues with fine and gross motor skills, allergies and anaphylaxis reactions, autism and spectrum disorders, learning and sensory processing disorders are on the rise? Your senses are right! The Center for Disease Control and Prevention demonstrat...

Have you ever wondered what attracts you to a piece of artwork?

 

There are several styles within Traditional Chinese Brushpainting that I find most intriguing. Styles of this ancient art form pay respect to the painter connecting with nature and energy; Qi.  The artist...

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Artwork: Attractions and Intentions

October 29, 2013

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August 4, 2015

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Greensong respectfully acknowledges the traditional caretakers of the stolen land on which we live, work and play.

 

We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and pay respect to Elders past, present, and emerging.

 

We stand in solidarity with First Nations People in the plight for justice and restoration to a safe climate for all life. 

 

We also acknowledge the non-human and more-than-human beings within our world.

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Our lives and experiences are enriched by a diversity of participants, everyone is welcome regardless of their financial situation, therefore we offer a tiered pricing structure. Please see the specific event or contact for more info.