Though we may be moving towards more organic, interconnected forms of categorisation and connection, to help with finding things I have put this section in alphabetical order. Scroll down for details of specific events I’ve been involved in and the links to my articles on them.
Orchards Without Borders: A cross-cultural celebration of biodiversity and the importance of trees for food. See more details here: Orchards Without Borders Article .
Come We Grow: Mixing hip-hop, permaculture and shamanic celebration. I ran a seedbomb workshop there which you can read more about here: Growing Halloween
Phoenix Fire Festival: Europe’s largest fire festival, a sacred exploration of one of our most primal relationships…And lots of amazing art and dancing too. Check out my write-up here: Rising Phoenix
Farmhack: A festival of skill-sharing and the nurturing of the new collaborative growing culture. Plus ceilidh and fire show. Read about the first edition here: Farmhack Launch
The Real Junk Food Project Pay-As-You-Feel Cafe: A more sustainable way of celebrating Thanksgiving! Happy Giving Thanks Time
Gleaning: A new way of intercepting food waste – straight from the farms. Read more here: Gleaning Article
Surplus Harvest Feast: Turning two tonnes of intercepted food into 1200 hot, tasty meals at the Lantern Fayre festival. Mouth-watering? Try this: Feast for Free
Exotic Excess: A marvellously fun way of engaging with food surplus – and eating it of course. Check out: Exotic Excess at the Harvest Stomp
Foraging with the Cooperativa Terrarossa: Taste in the Community
The Oxford Real Farming Conference: Read an introduction of why it’s important here.
On-the-spot blogging from the conference: Planting Seeds
Overview and celebratory aspect: Looking Back and Ahead
Kosmicare: Providing care at festivals and beyond. Read about their presence at Goa Cream here:
Some ideas on how Kosmicare’s work can be expanded to benefit society at large:
Permaculture: Advanced Design – learning more about designing holistically and Achieving Dreams
Seedy Sunday: The UK’s largest community seed exchange. Why do we need to exchange seeds? Find out here: Seedy Sunday