Fri 14 to Sun 16 Jun 2019 with Bernard Jarman The biodynamic approach builds on the basic “organic” principle of working with nature and avoiding the use of chemical pesticides and artificial fertilizers. In this workshop we will explore how special preparations can be used to improve soil health, enhance plant vitality and produce quality … More 14 – 16 Jun Practical Biodynamic Growing
A gloriously sunny weekend with an inspired group of people who have really made the connection between inner awareness and outer action!
The Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement (DANCE) people are holding a gathering here over the weekend of August 11 to 13. Dance is a growing movement of people finding ways to integrate their inner practice with practical action to mitigate the harm caused by climate change. The focus on this particular issue came about … More Aug 11 to 13 with D.A.N.C.E.
Yesterday an old friend, Emma Mary Gathergood called by. She was enthusing about a day-course she had just run on her speciality, ‘Whole Person Whole World.’ We explored ideas for a weekend course with her here next summer (2018). The course would be based on her book of the same title and looks at the … More Whole Person Whole World
It’s time to break out of the ‘framing’ that associates planet-friendly ideas with giving up having fun and having to go on protests instead! (Actually protests can be a lot of fun these days – the angry people seem to have gone somewhere else.) Lifestyle can make a huge difference to better health both for … More Lifestyle
Rebuilding the Gaiapartnership website has been a wonderful opportunity to look back at all the happy weekends we’ve hosted over the last 15 years. From Resurgence retreats with Satish Kumar, to designing eco-villages with Peter Harper of Centre for Alternative Technology, to learning about healing herbs, it has been a collaborative adventure in exploring … More Weekend Courses
Gaia Theory or Earth Systems Science, shows how all living beings in the biosphere are interconnected, keeping the planet in balance as if it were one living organism. Gaia Theory was first presented in the 1970s by scientist James Lovelock while working for the US space programme. He was asked to design experiments to detect life … More Gaia Theory
building a website promises to be an interesting challenge! … More new website