Create a ‘Wilder’ culture
Ecosystems are complex and self-organising. Once land has been changed from an untouched natural environment where natural processes prevail to agricultural land, it has changed forever. Simply resting an environment is rarely enough to see a full ecological recovery, this is especially the case in the dry-lands of the world.
Of course, we must do all we can to protect any regions of the world where pristine environments remain and protect the rights of native peoples who live in harmony with their environment. However, in the regions of the world that have been previously degraded through conventional agriculture, we believe humans are required to manage it back to health by using holistic management tools to mimic natural processes and functions.
Let’s reconnect to the land
This thinking disconnects us from our food and discourages us from taking responsibility for the social or environmental impact of producing it.
In our modern context of a growing population on rapidly degrading soils, we believe that we humans should take up a role as ‘conscious key stone species’ where we positively influence land management through out lifestyle and food choices.
Regenerate the land and we regenerate ourselves
We simply cannot know how to best protect ‘our’ environment or properly nourish our well being if we have lost the ability to understand the language of the land.
We run a number of courses and holidays that help you to reconnect to and better understand our landscapes and ecosystems.