Por Comandanta Ramona

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It’s foggy when the sun first hits the horizon. Like smoke rising from the milpa it bears itself over the Chiapan highlands. I sit motionless on a crowded second class bus from Palenque.  Eyes peeled out the window in disbelief. There’s a road blockade, I’m in Zapatista country and I could burst with excitement. Continue reading “Por Comandanta Ramona”


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My PDC Workshop in Cuba

workshopWas natural dyeing and regenerative textiles a part of your Permaculture Design Certification? Or how about permaculture beyond food production? An alumni of the annual Cuba Permaculture Design Course run by the Urban Farmer, I was thrilled to lead a workshop on natural dyeing using locally sourced organic dyes and how we can apply permaculture principles to nourish ourselves beyond calories. Cuz, it’s all connected…riiiight? Interested in taking a workshop or hosting me? Visit the workshops page! Continue reading “My PDC Workshop in Cuba”


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Proyecto Muraleando

Check out Proyecto Muraleando, an incredible art space and project I visited and continue to work with in Havana, Cuba. The artist run and cooperatively governed El Tanque space, formerly a derelict water tank abandoned pre-revolution, raises funds using a community focused economic model where profits are invested right back into the project through the sale of the artists’ work locally and internationally. In turn, hundreds of children in inner city Havana receive free art classes and everyone in the neighbourhood gains the opportunity to participate in creative citizen engagement and placemaking. Todo es possible!


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Street Art Cuban Style

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Earlier this year I had the pleasure of visiting Cuba for the second time. I was struck by public artwork at every turn. Whether it was imaginative and political ‘graffiti’ enlivening the streets of Havana or sculptures donning inner city parks, the creative side to this revolutionary nation was on full display.  Continue reading “Street Art Cuban Style”


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Art of Making an Earth Oven


The Simple Art of Making an Earth Oven

Kiko Denzer, earth oven builder and sculptor, gives a step by step guide to making beautiful, outdoor ovens.


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Fibresheds Hit Canada

Fibresheds \ Photo by Paige Green


Fibresheds Hit Canada

In BC? Check out the Vancouver, Sunshine Coast and Salt Spring Island Fibresheds!

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Inspiracion

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About to depart for Latin America! Epic adventure awaits! Let’s get started with some inspiracion…Andule! Continue reading “Inspiracion”


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