The Potential of Place pt.2 (w/ Erin Tuttle)
The second part of my interview with urban permaculturalist, Erin Tuttle. We discuss Erin's philosophical and spiritual roots which keep her grounded in her work which takes place in the middle of suburban sprawl.
A key concept we cover is the notion of not going too far into the realm of "weird or abnormal" in order to still be able to present a clear message to people whose view of the world still has not made place for these transitional, spiritual, permaculture-friendly ideals. Another great addition to the Next Step's "conversations that matter".
Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Waltz
Woody Tasch author, Slow Money
Mark Lakeman on Sustainable World Radio episode, City Repair
Bill Murray from the movie, the Razor's Edge
Nobody & the Mystic Chords of Memory - Broaden a New Sound
Radiohead - Bodysnatchers
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Please feel invited to spread these two interviews as far and wide as possible. You never know which seeds will take root and unfold their potential!
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