Wordless Wednesday: Outdated Theory from 1994

wobbly stoolthe 3 legged very wobbly sustainability stool – oops!

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About Kaytlyn Creutzberg, BSc, NSch, MA

#SayItLikeItIs: In her two years of graduate work (2016-2018), Kaytlyn learned the art of bearing witness to an unheard of collection of stories about human dignity. She writes about the attitudinal constructs of a "hero" culture that she believes is coming to an end, especially with the rising feminine we are witnessing and despite how much both women and men hold on to the old paradigm. She recounts counter-narratives that empower individuals to uncover full expression of their capabilities (rights to generativity and self-governance). As a #nuffield13 Ag Scholar, she holds space for transforming ourselves #healself1st, so that we can help regenerate landscape, soil, cultural identity and our food system with a mission to nourish communities instead of "feeding 9 billion." Lest we forget that we all have to eat. Food connects us All.
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2 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Outdated Theory from 1994

  1. Pingback: Thoughtful Thursday: Doing Away with the Term “Sustainable” | Reclaiming the Miracle of Food and Farming

  2. Pingback: Be the Change: Use of industrial term “Sustainability” misses Life on Earth | Reclaiming the Miracle of Food and Farming

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