In the ongoing Active Hope training sessions being hosted by Transition Kamloops, the idea of the emergence of new and novel possibilities as products of system interaction has been part of our discussion. We have considered how 1 + 1 … Continue reading Emerging Regenerative Communities
Much of what follows is inspired by our study of “Building Your Permaculture Property” by Rob Avis, Michelle Avis & Takota Coen. What is a paradigm? Why is it important to know what your paradigm is and what it is … Continue reading Ever thought of changing your paradigm?
This issue we will continue with our theme of nature as healer. May 3, 2020 is International Dawn Chorus Day. In the spring and early summer, during mating season, multitudes of birds announce their fitness, define their territory, perform courtship duets and generally communicate with each other in nature’s greatest symphony! But you have to get up early to hear it. Continue reading The hills, and the trees, and the fields are alive with the sound of music…..
Living close to nature and spending time outside has significant and wide ranging health benefits, from improved physical and mental health, to improved social connectivity. Continue reading Nature is a kind of multivitamin, only better!
GE Free Kamloops presents Modified as part of Films For Change Coming up on May 30, 2018. Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7 pm. Panel discussion following the film. Admission is free but donations gratefully accepted. Popcorn by donation. … Continue reading May 2018 Films For Change: Modified
Grand Hall, TRU Campus Activity Centre FREE but Registration is Required Panelists bring an international perspective to the issue of food sources and how they can impact our lives and our world. Panelists include: • Chef Ned Bell, who founded Chefs for … Continue reading The International Language of Food: A Dialogue on Culture, Community and Sustainability