To practice generational generosity by creating a self-sustaining desert/jungle/poem/garden – half circus, half tinker-tank, half mystery.
To co-create communities of sentient beings - feral, domesticated and human - that will nourish themselves and others in ways visible and invisible for a long, long time.
“I am part of Tutskwa, which is being prepared by caring for the land. There may be bad times coming, but we don’t need to be afraid of that. We don’t need to be afraid of food supply, or cooking fuel. Instead of being afraid we can prepare for it. When we prepare, we will get through.”
"The way my village and clan look at it, there are plenty of signs of what will happen. We don’t have to fear that. We have the will and ability of reversing it. The prophecies are not set in stone. We know that the prophecies are made for us, not us for them. We can change the path we are on.
We cannot destroy the earth, we can only destroy ourselves.
Everyone involved in permaculture is involved in changing the path."
Deliriously Pragmatic Capriciously Sublime