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Schumacher Morning Meetings by Joanna Wright

Joanna Wright was part of the first intake of students on the College's Apprenticeship in Sustainable Horticulture. She reflects on her some of her experiences being a poet “in a world of friends”.

Tom Cox describes a recent visit to the College and his experience in the woods with WildWise - published in Guardian Life & Style 5 November 2014

Tom Cox recently visited the College an attended a course with Chris Salisbury at WildWise. Read his thoughts on what’s going to keep you warmer during the winter? A well-stocked log fire – or the love of your adopted cat?
Mariana Gómez Soto, Sustainability Masters & Holistic Education

A Holistic Gateway - Schumacher College by Mariana Gómez Soto

Mariana Gómez Soto writes about the journey that brought her to the College and how you can help her to achieve her important work with local communities in Colombia.
EF Schumacher Alternative Economics	& Sustainable Economics

E.F. Schumacher offers a route out of the crisis - by Adam Lent

Adam Lent writes about the importance of EF Schumacher's work as a solution to our current economic crisis
Schumacher College sustainable education and Sustainability Masters

Serving the Village - Reflections of a Wannabe Poet

Stephen Adamson uses poetry to explore four themes that have resonated for him during his time as a volunteer at the College.

November in Brazil - Juliana Schneider

Juliana Schneider, writes about an event in November which gives Brazilians the chance to participate in an experience that recreates the Schumacher ethos within a completely Brazilian context.
Schumacher College sustainable education and Sustainability Masters

Serving the Village - Reflections on being a volunteer

Stephen Adamson writes about his experience of being a volunteer at the College.

Anna Coote and the 4-day working week

Jonathan Dawson writes about Anna Coote's proposal of the 4-day working week following her recent talk as part of the Adventures in the New Economics series.

Starting where we are, going where we need to go - David Bent

David Bent writes about sharpening his thinking and changing his mind, after engaging the students on Masters in the Economics of Transition on the role of business in sustainability.