Posts Tagged: bioregioning

Transhumance – Scottish return?

Will transhumance ever return to the Scottish Highlands? Since moving to Argyll 13 years ago I have been learning about the biocultural heritage of my region.  Around me in Kintyre are the remains of old shielings. They are marked on

Transhumance – Scottish return?

Will transhumance ever return to the Scottish Highlands? Since moving to Argyll 13 years ago I have been learning about the biocultural heritage of my region.  Around me in Kintyre are the remains of old shielings. They are marked on

Bioregional culture in French Alps

Walking in the French Alps is a good way to practice bioregioning. Among other things, bioregioning is a way of seeing. The first thing I noticed about being in the Ubaye valley of the Hautes Alpes area was that I

Bioregional culture in French Alps

Walking in the French Alps is a good way to practice bioregioning. Among other things, bioregioning is a way of seeing. The first thing I noticed about being in the Ubaye valley of the Hautes Alpes area was that I

Climate Change and Behaviour change

  I am wrestling with a question Angus Hardie, director of Local People Leading (LPL), posed online a few weeks ago. For a number of years I have been involved in this unique Scottish organisationon, an alliance of national networks

Climate Change and Behaviour change

  I am wrestling with a question Angus Hardie, director of Local People Leading (LPL), posed online a few weeks ago. For a number of years I have been involved in this unique Scottish organisationon, an alliance of national networks

The honeycomb pattern – good for urban bioregions

A reply to my nest-pattern post by an American friend living in an urban environment prompted me to think what patterns would be applicable to urban situations. Emma told me she was wrestling with the nest pattern in terms of

The honeycomb pattern – good for urban bioregions

A reply to my nest-pattern post by an American friend living in an urban environment prompted me to think what patterns would be applicable to urban situations. Emma told me she was wrestling with the nest pattern in terms of

Kintyre Bioregion

Kintyre Bioregion – part of ScotLAND Kintyre Bioregion is a collaboration of various permaculture projects across the Kintyre peninsular which includes Daisy Cottage, Tabert Community Healing Garden, Ron Mara near Muasdale, Bruce’s Stone Croft near Carradale and Judy Martin’s sites

Kintyre Bioregion

Kintyre Bioregion – part of ScotLAND Kintyre Bioregion is a collaboration of various permaculture projects across the Kintyre peninsular which includes Daisy Cottage, Tabert Community Healing Garden, Ron Mara near Muasdale, Bruce’s Stone Croft near Carradale and Judy Martin’s sites