Here are some reflections on the recent series of Yoga Retreats which were run at Laya Point with Uma Dismore-Tuli from 9 -20 March… Thoughts on Permaculture, Yoga & Gift Economy One of the outstanding points of the recent
This weekend we had our stone letter carving workshop taught by Stephen Watts. On the Friday, before the course, we had the interesting task of picking our slate at the Burlington
The catch cry of Permaculture is that it is a solutions focused method for land and community systems. Encouraging people to think about what they don’t like or control in the world they live in, stirs up the visionary aspect
Wow, what a genuinely fabulous weekend and what amazing willow sculptures! There were twelve of us in total and the theme was Mythological Willow Sculpture. Now in truth, part of the reason for
In our interview with Phil Bradley, he discusses his 23 year journey to becoming a full time willow worker. So Phil, what was it that originally attracted you to working with
Whatever age you are, magic and imagination has played a part in your life at some time. Our garden is not just a garden. It is a place of possibility, creativity and intrigue.
Since coming to England, I have been totally inspired by the foraging and wild medicine movement. It turns out that England, despite centuries of horrific witch trials, is filled with herbalists and home healers, all sharing their knowledge, which is
It is the start of Autumn and it has been the height of harvest season for a few weeks now, beginning around the beginning of July marked with the celebration of Lammas – Lammas is the Pagan festival of the first
Mushketeers AWAY! An amazing first day of the mushroom course. Diverse and magical finds! Lots of new identifying skills practiced and noted! Thank you to Jesper Launder who led the forage with such energy and knowledge. I was particularly thrilled
Permaculture People, Lauren Simpson and Phil Moore, are on an adventure to tour the U.K. visiting permaculture sites, sharing and collecting stories and learning just how diverse permaculture really is. Earlier this year, they visited us at Old Ulpha School.