[blockquote cite=”Starhawk” type=”center”]”Community means strength that joins our strength to do the work that needs to be done. Arms to hold us when we falter. A circle of healing. A circle of friends. Someplace where we can be free.”[/blockquote]
- How can we use the permaculture toolkit to make more effective use of resources in other areas.
- Being more receptive to people in other areas that have skills that could benefit permaculture.
- How much more work could be done in permaculture if we worked more with outside groups.
- Social provides an opportunity for people who have previously felt excluded from permaculture.
- Social broadens the view of those with a land focus and offers other opportunities where they can contribute.
- “The same diversity and harmony that we want in our landscape is the same diversity and harmony that we want in our community.” Nick Wooten
- “People are the ones doing permaculture and we don’t really invest a lot of time and effort into that side, people.” Nick Wooten
- “We have to look out the mission, what’s the mission. And if our mission is to save the world, then we need to act on it.” Nick Wooten
- “It’s not always about just doing it [permaculture] without groups, with people who already get it, we need to get it out there to people who have never heard of permaculture before.” Jessica Schilke
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