There’s more to come but lets face it ten minute’s of your time isn’t a lot to ask for is it….
In order to move forward sometimes we need to take a step back. Here is an article about just that, Primitive Living as Metaphor Adapted from Participating in Nature: Wilderness Survival and Primitive Living Skills Here in Montana I practice and teach classes on primitive or stone age skills–which is to say, camping with little or […]
The number of threatened Doncaster libraries taking part in READ INs this Saturday (February 5th) is steadily growing, but there are still more libraries to go. If you have time to pop along to your local branch to stage a READ IN or to encourage people to sign the petition then click here to get […]
We’ve designed some posters for the SAVE DONCASTER LIBRARIES campaign. Please download the following PDF files, print some off (the more the merrier) and distribute them as widely as you can to help support this important cause. And don’t forget to visit – http://savedoncasterlibraries.wordpress.com/ – to offer your support! Click here to download a PDF […]
The following article first appeared in Issue 7 of Steampunk Magazine and is published under a non-commercial Creative Commons License (this blog version was originally posted by The Liberi). We’re re-publishing it because we feel that it shows that there’s still a place for Utopian Dreams in our bleakly unromantic modern world. With a little […]
We’re great fans of The Survival Podcast, they never fail to reveal some little gems. As part of their recent Permaculture as a Solution for Modern Survival broadcast they linked to some great video clips from EcoFilms Australia which show exactly how sustainable food production can be… How permanent is Permaculture? Try 2000 years! 😉
The PermaFuture Project is still under development, so we weren’t planning on starting a blog or website just yet, but the situation regarding Doncaster’s libraries is too urgent to wait. In the face of drastic spending cuts Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council (DMBC) have decided to close 14 of its 26 local libraries… Picture from Save […]