College Blog

College Blog

Gratitude Prevails For The Rain

It's raining in the Schumacher College gardens

Buddhist Economics in the Czech Republic - Tim Crabtree

Tim Crabtreee on how integrate Buddhism into economic practice, and some of the parallels between new thinking in complexity economics and the Buddhist understanding of inter-connectedness.

Small country, big dilemma - Satish Kumar

Last year, the College and the GNH Centre in Bhutan launched a year-long joint programme on Right Livelihood. Satish Kumar sees how Bhutan differentiates between livelihood and employment.
Agroecology

Agroecology: A New Story for a New Age

In simple terms we are faced with two choices. The first is to continue our conventional agricultural practices that will ensure agriculture remains a large piece of the climate change problem. The other is begin to explore and implement agroecological practices that can turn agriculture into part of the solution.

News From Brazil : April

This year's Schumacher inspired activities in Brazil have taken many forms. Here's a taste of what is happening...

It's In The Doing with Schumacher's Lead Gardener

Step out into your garden and start seeing and begin doing in response.
Wild Garlic

From The Schumacher Kitchen: Wild Garlic

Julia Ponsonby shares her tips on a spring herb; Wild Garlic

Agroecology: A New Story for a New Age

We are faced with two choices. The first is to continue our conventional agricultural practices that will ensure agriculture remains a large piece of the climate change problem. The other is begin to explore and implement agroecological practices that can turn agriculture into part of the solution.

Future Homes - Collective Aspirations for Sustainable Living

Head of College Jon Rae shares news about the Future Homes Conference held here at Dartington last month. Also we share an interview from our in-house Holistic Science Journal with Animal Communicator, Anna Breytenbach who came to teach one one of our postgraduate electives earlier this year.