24 February 2018; 23 February 2019
Imagine a global, interdependent, and cooperative body of people involved in ethical land and resource use, and the fair and generous treatment of people and other living creatures.
In this module, we’ll look at personal resiliency and “invisible permaculture”: finance, investment, ethical business models, group decision making, co-housing cooperatives, the delicate and endangered art of group decision making. For our afternoon field trip, we’ll drop in to a local property with many operating “resiliency” systems for you to see and try. If we have too many project presentations for next month’s graduation module, we’ll make time for some on this day.
Paul Mason, Robyn Mason