What is wealth?
How do communities define wealth?
What sustains you?
Are you disconnected from the sources of sustenance?
Where are our leverage points?
How do we make use of those places to create change?
These questions, and more, are examined in this episode with my guests Warren Brush, of Quail Springs Permaculture, and Jesse Peterson, of Inside Edge Design, LLC. The title for the show today comes from a pattern that Warren sees in the world: that as life and transition more to a digital space of screens we become incrementally more disconnected from what sustains us.
Rooted in a conversation that opens with American politics and what Jesse and I observed via our respective permaculture networks, we move to Warren and his work internationally. This results in a longer than normal interview that takes us to a number of places of interest for anyone interested in social or political permaculture.
Given the nature of this episode, it may not be for everyone, and I’d like to hear from you if you like this political commentary. Leave a comment below, or get in touch:
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