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Episode 23 - Restoration Camping with Paul Cereghino—Part 1

Episode 23 - Restoration Camping with Paul Cereghino—Part 1

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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We Must Design The Future - The Ecosystem Guild
How do we respond to freshwater depletion, novel toxins, nutrient pollution, extinction, soil degradation, deforestation, and climate change? Why do our cultural institutions seem unable to adapt and care for the earth? How do we restore the human and cultural relationship to place? We imagine a fut…
— We Are Humans Project
The world is in crisis, the unfolding complexity of which is beyond the control of any of us as individuals or groups. We can’t fight with that.But within this situation we can have agency, and therefore hope. We can be a part of something larger than ourselves. A movement toward regenerative potent…

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