In this episode, Andy Wildman speaks with Paul Cereghino about his recent work in the Salish Sea area of the Pacific North-West of the USA, to develop something he loosely calls Restoration Camping.
In contrast to Paul's day job—restoration ecology with the US Government— this engagement with landscape is small-scale and intimate, warmly satisfying for those involved, and richly nuanced in its meaning-making and its cultural potential. It aspires, humbly but directly, to seed something important for the future.
Join us for Part 1 of this rewarding conversation. (Part 2 is here.)
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