Ben Raskin is the Head of Horticulture and Agroforestry at the Soil Association. He has been working in the industry for more than 25 years and co-chairs the Defra Edibles Horticulture Roundtable, sits on the boards of the Organic Growers Alliance and Community Supported Agriculture Network UK, and on the committee of the Farm Woodland Forum. He has also run a walled garden in Sussex supplying a Michelin starred restaurant and is an author of gardening books for children … Keep Reading
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Liz Zorab is a gardener, homesteader, author and video creator. Together with her husband, she shares their journey to self-sufficiency at Byther Farm, their small homestead in Monmouthshire. She is also a regular contributor to Permaculture.
Permaculture is a visionary magazine that gives readers the tools needed to create productive and resilient homes, gardens, economies, relationships, schools, farms and communities. Articles range from no-dig gardening, food forests and cutting edge community projects to renewable technologies, regenerative agriculture and … Keep Reading
Jasmine Donahaye is a Professor of English Literature at Swansea University. Previously, she worked in the publishing sector and as Publishing Grants Officer at the Welsh Books Council. This background in publishing informs her teaching of creative writing. Her memoir, Losing Israel (2015), won the non-fiction category of Wales Book of the Year, and her story Theft was shortlisted for the Royal Society of Literature V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize.
Peace-pilgrim, life-long activist, and former monk, Satish Kumar has been inspiring global change for over 50 years. In his 20s, he undertook a pilgrimage for peace, walking for two years without money from India to America for the cause of nuclear disarmament. Now in his 80s, Satish has devoted his life to campaigning for ecological regeneration, social justice, and spiritual fulfilment.
Jonathan David Kirshner is Professor of Political Science and International Studies at Boston College. His research and teaching focuses on international relations, political economy, politics and film. His current research includes projects on classical realism, the international political implications of the financial crisis and its aftermath, and the politics of mid-century cinema. Prior to this role, Jonathan was the Stephen and Barbara Friedman Professor of International Political Economy in the Department of Government at Cornell University.
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