So, what if the market won’t pay what we’re worth? Do we give up on the idea of a regenerative career or right livelihood? My recent post on why it’s okay to make a living inspired some great discusions! Among … Continue reading Regenerative Career When the Market won’t Pay?
Many of my farmer, activist and artist friends are notorious for self exploitation. So, I want to give you all some ethical basis for why it’s okay to not die of self-imposed poverty in a gutter, and some activist reasons … Continue reading It’s okay to not die broke in a gutter. An ethical basis for making a living
“I’m not interested in what you do in your garden. You can read any one of 1,000 books on the topic. What I want to talk about is where you’re banking your money, and how you’re spending it.” Bill Mollison, the Founder of Permaculture As a system of design, Permaculture can be applied to almost every aspect of our lives, including how we structure our finances and fund our endeavors. It’s worth noting that far less than half of the Permaculture Designer’s Manual is about growing food. And for me and Kim, it is the materials on Social Permaculture … Continue reading Permaculture and Money: Investing in Transforming our Lives, Livelihoods, and Society