The course is designed to be a powerful and interactive learning experience. It takes place on a Permaculture demonstration site in Somerset. The course will explore:
• Enclosures of land, soil, plant, animal and human life
• Critical insights into existing systems of classification and categorization of flora and fauna
• Histories of colonialism in relationship to food including the domestication and commodification of species
• Localism and globalism in our food choices (or the lack of real choice)
• Looking at decolonial thought and its application to land, people and production
• Power, privilege and food poverty in a British context
• Restoring relationships to the land
• Organising for Food Justice
Mama D of Community Centred Knowledge, curator of the Food Journey and community facilitator and researcher around food and environmental justice is also an active proponent of progressive, affirmative healing livity.
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