There is Hope Despite Passing the Carbon Tipping Point in September

After a week of struggling with my feelings about humanity, and what we do to each other, to life, to the land and to the Earth, and then learning that we passed the carbon tipping point in September (http://motherboard.vice.com/read/goodbye-world-weve-passed-the-carbon-tipping-point-for-good), I felt a sense of relief when I watched a little video (click on picture) for an upcoming conference. I was also reminded that I need to focus on all the wonderful good people I know doing good things, and not on the destruction from industrial agriculture going on around me, and the people who just don’t care.

banner 4On the conference website, they explain it so well:

By “regenerative” we mean agricultural practices that regenerate soil….. supply ecosystems that create a market and production system for products that regenerate land and human health. Our vision is to be able to feed and clothe our communities with affordable products that promote human health, and regenerate soil, and make it possible for the producer to be economically viable without subsidies.

 

Published by Kaytlyn Creutzberg, BSc, NSch, MA

#SayItLikeItIs: In her two years of graduate work (2016-2018), Kaytlyn learned the art of bearing witness to an unheard collection of stories about human dignity. She first explored how she could apply a spiritual care therapeutic model to how farmers relate to their land. Realizing a greater cultural narrative was implicated, she then studied the impact of collective memory on cultural narratives and the pervasive "don't care" attitudinal construct towards Earth and Her landscapes. (formerly Gayl)

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