Surging interest in the work that reconnects: Deep Ecology workshops with John Seed happening now. [Transcript included]

Sunday, 5 May 2024 - 11:00am to 11:30am
Surrounded by rainforest, John Seed touches a tree with both hands.

Reconnecting with nature; the living world,  through Deep Ecology workshops is taking off in Australia.  


John Seed and his colleagues are helping people all over this country and overseas  find their ecological self.


The Deep Ecology workshops are booked out and participants  are  much more mainstream than in the past.  


Plus:  John gives practical suggestions on how to find direction in life.

Music: A new recording of Johns Seed singing his song Expanding Universe.
John Seeds Deep Ecology workshop schedule on The Rainforest Information Centre website.

Rising Tide: A national network currently mobilising ten thousand people for ten days of non violent action using  smalll boats to block the shipping channelto close down Newcastle coal kexport faciltiy for  48 hours.

10,000 people, over 10 days

Tues Nov 19 — Thurs Nov 28, 2024

“2023 is a year of reckoning. It must be a year of game-changing climate action. We need disruption to end the destruction. No more baby steps. No more excuses. No more greenwashing. No more bottomless greed of the fossil fuel industry and its enablers.” — Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General



"Active Hope is a practice that encourages us to find and offer our best response to global issues during this time of unfolding crisis. It’s about facing the mess we’re in and playing our role in the collective transition toward a society and way of being that supports the flourishing of life1." [OpenAI, 2024]



Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, x10 Week Online and In-Person Study GroupHosted by Skye Cielita Flor


"A deep dive into this profound body of work by renowned master herbalist, earth poet, bardic naturalist, deep ecologist and prolific award-winning author of 25 books, the late Stephen Harrod Buhner. Stephen was a radical thinker, polymath and synthesiser whose work continues to have a deep and lasting impact on Plant People and Deep Ecologists all over the world."           Skye Cielita Flor


Earth Matters Episode #1451 produced by Bec Horridge on Darkinjung Country at the Narara Valley Ecovillage, NSW.


A banner that's painted in the aboriginal flag colours. The banner says Always Was Always Will Be
Sunday 11:00am to 11:30am
Local and global environmental issues from grassroots, activist perspectives with a strong social justice focus. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.


Bec Horridge, Jacob Gamble, Judith Peppard, Phil Evans