It’s a short one this Friday as I’m on the train to go and be a builder at Boodaville. Ah I just realised it’s not Friday. I’m taking the trip a day early because there’s a lot to get done, and also I think travel outside your municipality is restricted on Fridays and the police … More COVID / Capitalism / Collapse
and I’m never entirely sure what I’m going to write. This week feels like I have done very little except watch a LOT of the american version of The Office. The people factor I went to an online book launch about a Degrowth book. It was an academic meeting, and some people were invited to … More On Fridays I write..
I finally had the chance to visit the amazing Mas les Vinyes in September. The course on Regenerative Agroforestry is three weekends in total, and I’m writing to share my impressions and some of what I learnt at the first one. The weekend was absolutely brilliant – just to see the project was incredible, and … More Regenerative Agroforestery at Mas les Vinyes
#treepropagation #growing #seedlings #design #permaculture #smallandslowsolutions #boodaville #riberola At the Riberola Festival on 7th October Boodaville ran an Intro to Permaculture workshop and we did a practical planting seeds of 3 different types of trees, which have properties such as – drought resistant, fast growing, providing food for animals, (Jujube is edible for humans too), fixing … More A geeky post about designing…
After a week of hard work we just about finished with the jobs in hand, and the builders finished the back wall. Saturday was spent at Les Olles with plenty of rock jumping and exploring, and Sunday was a relaxing picnic at Pesquerra, one of my favourite places on the planet. A big thank … More Wwoofer week: day 5 and a holiday weekend
let’s plant some seeds (article published in bcnmes july 2011 – anna gurney) I swing wildly between months where it seems the world and everything in it is falling apart, and months like May 2011 where it seems that things are strangely coming together. No, I’m not talking about Argentinian ball … More gardening for change