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Into the Foodture  

- Feeding change -


THIS HARVEST BOOKLET

CONTAINS:

A letter from YIP 8.........................................................................3 IF2016 schedule............................................................................ 4 Sponsors and partners.................................................................. 5 Day 0 - opening ........................................................................... 6 Day 1........................................................................................... 13 Day 2...........................................................................................22 Day 3.......................................................................................... 29 Day 4...........................................................................................36 Day 5 - closing.............................................................................45 Workshops..................................................................................50 Movies and Books.......................................................................52 People to visit..............................................................................54 Initiative Gallery......................................................................... 56


YIP Kulturcentrum  Järna  25   15391  Järna   Sweden  

Dear Initiative  Forum  Friend,     About  one  month  has  passed  since  we  all  gathered  for  this  year’s  Initiative  Forum,  and  in  processing  such  a   glorious   week,   what   we   keep   near   to   our   heads   and   hearts   is   the   connections   made   with   individuals,   some   of   our   favourite   meals,   the   songs   we   sang,   and   the   memorable   learnings   we   experienced.   But   perhaps   there’s   something   which   goes   without   saying,   which   is   that,   in   hindsight,   the   amount   of   content   of   the   forum   and   the   sensations   we   felt   seem  a  bit  overflowing,  and  perhaps  even  overwhelming!     Sure,  some  memories  fade,  and  information  is  forgotten,  but  a  team  of  gatherers,  the  ‘harvest  team’,  as  we   call   them,   has   compiled   a   cornucopia   of   information,   which   is   an   overview   of   the   entire   week,   through   media,   information,   artwork   and   writings.  With   this   harvest,   we   see   it   as   a   way   to   move   forward   through   the   world   with   a   memento  of  your  experience,  and  a  gift  of  knowledge.     Included   in   the   packet   below   is   the   program   of   the   week,   the   harvest   of   the   week   with   written   reflections,   pictures   and   the   graphic   recordings   of   a   participant,   the   inspirational   initiatives   that   presented   at   the   forum,   recommendations  for  books  and  movies,  the  to-­‐be-­‐visited  list  and  the  inspirational  gallery.     We’re   sad   to   say   that   this   is   the   final   mailing   you’ll   be   receiving   from   the   2016   Initiative   Forum-­‐   Into   the   Foodture:   Feeding  Change  Team,   and   from   all   of   us,   we   wish   you   the   very   best   in   the   spring   and   summer   months   ahead.  This  has  been  a  truly  amazing  Initiative  Forum,  within  in  the  heart  of  an  equally  amazing  YIP  year,  and  we  feel   truly  honoured  to  have  had  you  a  part  of  it.     With  love  and  organic  lemons,     YIP8

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The Heroes  of  IF  2016: sponsors and partners


OPENING day 0


Initiative Forum March 2016

Initiative Forum  2016  –  YIP  8   “Into  the  foodture:  feeding  change”   Sarah  Potter

The week that Brussels burned and much of the world clutched their heads at the horror of humanity, not so far away by a Baltic fjord in Sweden a group of young people were pitching their solutions to the conflict and precarious sustainability of our planet. The moods of the two places could not have been more different - the former with an air of fear and suspicion and despair at the hands of a few individuals intent on harm, the latter with an air of optimism, security and care for fellow human beings both in situ and in the larger world. YIP is a holistic education programme in Järna, Sweden that gives young people between 18-28 a chance to explore their fullest potential and take initiative towards a better world. This year with 24 students from each continent - largely from the Northern hemisphere and with representatives from Brazil to the Yemen - they organised a professional forum discussing and projecting how we can actually make changes to slow climate change, improve the way we produce food and live healthy lives without having to deplete the resources of the planet. Started in the early 1930’s inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner the setting for the forum was the Ytterjarna Cultural Centre - a small community some 100 kms from Stockholm with its own school, hospital, cultural centre, homes for people with disabilities and bio dynamic farms. The considered simple architecture and colour of the buildings located in a both forested and open landscape by the `ord offer a nurturing and inspiring backdrop to a forward looking and hardworking community. The annual Initiative Forum of YIP 8 - the eighth year of the Youth Initiative Programme - showcased this year’s theme “Into the Foodture”. Each day the conference was hosted by YIP participants introducing high calibre academic lecturers and

workshops with guest speakers and performers from all over the world - some in person, some by video link as in the case of Vandana Shiva - previous adviser to the UN Environment Program (talking on the rejection of corporate patents on seeds). Topics would range from regenerative agriculture, soil care and how to requester carbon to the specific skill of apple growing and how to graft trees to ensure new growth. In the evening films were presented to those who were interested in taking things beyond Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” which rocked the world some ten years ago. The conference was attended by young and old alike with a common intent on making people aware of and searching for solutions to the current precariousness of global climate and food production. All guests were fed to a very high standard on locally produced vegetables - much of it grown at the neighbouring biodynamic farm, a tour of which also featured as one of the daily workshops. The pitch was more than a Utopian vision or a rant at the world capitalist system and governments. In times when governments are making efforts to control obesity while other nations starve it was a realistic and professional exercise suggesting changes and how to implement them. The daily news may bring us troubling and unconscious sorrow - whether from immediate violence or from the slow realization of climate, forest and ocean depletion but this model and gathering of intelligent sensitive minds is what is now needed to open the eyes and souls of the next generation to ensure the healthy continuation of life on Earth. The message may have been small but it was deeply profound.

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Opening ceremony  

Getting to  know  each  other.  


Anna Wynants’s  speech.  

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Cultural night:  Bellaroush  Band.  

Cultural night:  DJ  Robin  (Under  Tallarna).  


DAY 1

27 March 2016


Li An  Phoa.

Day 1   On  our  first  full  day,  we  we’re  lucky  enough  to  listen  to  the  inspiring  and  independent  women  that  is  Li  An.   During   her   talk   we   were   transported   to   the   time   she   decided   to   join   a   group   of   men   canoeing   down   a   Canadian  river.  Hearing  her  speak  we  could  feel  the  courage  and  strong-­‐will  she  radiates.  We  could  vividly   imagine  her  drinking  the  river  water  directly  from  her  hand  and  it  was  here  that  her  special  bond  with  water   was  created.   For   eight   years   Li  An   lived   a   nomad   lifestyle,   not   knowing   where   she   was   going   to   sleep   each   night,   and   so   mastering  the  art  of  arriving  in  a  place,  connecting  with  the  people  and  being  able  to  move  on  the  next  day.     Li  An’s  passion  has  led  to  the  conception  of  her  project  focusing  on  river’s  with  drinkable  water.  Being  able   to  drink  directly  from  the  river  is  a  great  indicator  for  how  healthy  the  river  and  surrounding  ecosystem  is.   Whenever   I   am   feeling   lost,   I   refer   back   to   Li  An’s   simple   and   honest   question:   "What   makes   your   heart   sing?"  


Introducing the  harvest  process.  

Pieter Ploeg’s  speech:  Soil  and  Agriculture.  

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Nick Potter’s  inspirational  talk.  


Street Poets:  Francisco  Escamilla,  Art  Quiros,  Jaynese.  

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Cultural Night:  Bartira  Fortes.  

Cultural Night:  Ode  Milk.  


DAY 2

28 March 2016


Day 2   Isabella  Guerrini   De  Claire   showed   up   to   initiative   forum   as   a   participant   but   as   there   was   a   slot   for   a   lecture   open   and   we  heard  she  is  very  engaged  in  the  topic,  we  decided  to  ask  her  to  give  a  talk.  And  much  to  our  pleasure  she  said  yes.   Isabella   shared   about   her   life   story,   how   she   grew   up     in   a   traditional   farm   and   how   that   lead   her   into   a   journey   in   organic  agriculture.   She  also  told  us  about  her  struggle  with  illness,  that    she  had  to  experience  two  cancers  and  live   with   a   blood   genetic   disease   called   sickle   cells   anemia   which   means   her   body   doesn't   retain   oxygen   very   well.   Isabella   changed  her  diet  as  the  sicknesses  came.   Going  from  no  special  diet  to  vegetarian  and  sugar-­‐free,  over  to  veganism   and   at   latest   raw-­‐food   to   a   certain   extent.   She   explained   how   our   body   is   sort   of   an   alkaline   battery,   running   on   electrons  and  how  eating  a  raw  food  diet  benefits  it.     In  addition  to  her  life  story  and  relation  to  food  she  also  shared  about  her  community  in  Findhorn  in  Scotland  and  how   they  work  to  live  mostly  on  local  resources  and  how  they  encourage  others  to  do  the  same.    


Isabella Guerrini  De  Claire’s  speech,  from  Findhorn,  Scotland.     Page 24


Inspirational talk:  Stef  Van  Dongen,  Li  An  Phoa,  Alexis  De  Liedekerke.  

Panel discussion:  Matbygget  restaurant  team.  


Cultural Night:  Open  Mic  hosted  by  Street  Poets.  

Cultural Night:  Open  Mic  hosted  by  Street  Poets.  

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DAY 3

29 March 2016


Day 3  

It is  not  often  we  take  away  our  frames  of  what  should  be,  and  utilise  our  full  potential  as  an  individual  and  as  group.   What  happened  this  day?  I  believe  everyone  at  the  conference  stepped  into  the  unknown.  The  participants,  the  people   that   hosted   spaces   during   the   day,   organisers   …   Nobody   knew   how   the   day   would   turn   out.  A   day   that   became   semi-­‐ improvised.      The  day  began  with  playing  in  the  main  hall,  having  the  big  group  of  250  people  split  up  in  20  smaller  groups.  Together,   they   came   up   with   a   name   and   dance,   in   inspiration   from   speech   by   Edgard  Gouveia.   Then,   hosted   marvellously   by   Arvid  Jansen,  each  group  performed  their  awesome  creativity  -­‐  power  were  expressed  through  Funkonomics.   After  fika  we  left  the  campus  to  enter  the  so  called  ‘foodture',  walking  towards  the  alternative  farm   Under  Tallarna.  I   was   so   happy   to   see   the   big   group   of   people   moving.   People   didn’t   seem   bothered   by   the   fact   that   the   sky   was   full   of   rain.     Well,   we   the   organisers   were   however,   and   with   some   great   help   from   Laura   Wickert   we   got   in   contact   with   Biodynamiska  Produkter  and  their  warehouse  where  we  later  in  the  day  could  get  protection  from  the  rain.  Both  the   visits   in   the   warehouse   and   the  Under  Tallarna   felt   very   bad   ass.   Being   connected   with   our   bodies   to   the   soil   while   listening   to   a   speech   from   Simone  Grind,   Ruben  Wätte   and   Robin  Tidblom.   Sitting   inside   the   warehouse   on   top   of   crates,  eating  food  donated  by  the  warehouse.   After  lunch  the  20  groups  departed  on  their  ultimate  challenge  –  they  would  envision  their  own  foodture,  how  to  get   there  and  what  their  individual  role  in  it  was.  On  top  of  that  make  a  1-­‐minute  presentation  of  this.  Walking  home,  I  saw   groups  interacting  in  the  forest  …  I  was  so  curious  on  what  processes  each  group  went  through  up  until  the  end.  


This was   a   day   of   connecting   with   people,   as   well   as   with   what   is   possible.   Participants   embraced   the   day   in   their   own   way.  In  these  smaller  groups  individual  and  collective  expressions  and  magid  happened.  Seeing  the  1-­‐minute  videos   was  astounding  -­‐  everyone  got  very  different  and  very  beautiful  results,  by  playing  their  own  games.   As   organisers   it   was   a   privilege   to   envision   and   concretify   this   unique   experience.  The   final   dance,   led   by   Edgard,   outside  in  the  now  sunny  weather  felt  just  like  the  cream  on  top  of  the  apple  compote.  


Initiative Forum March 2016

Edgard Gouveia  and  Arvid  Jansen:  Let’s  play?      


Hands on  in  Under  Tallarna.  

Hands on  at  Under  Tallarna.  


Initiative Forum March 2016

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Above: Daniel and Emma Reid and Mikael Ă&#x2013;berg.

Below: DJ Bo Avenue.


DAY 4

30 March 2016


Lecture: Wenzl  McGowen  (Moon  Hooch)  

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Initiative Forum March 2016 Veganism   by  George  Morse     When  I  was  nine  my  Dad  took  me  on  a  weekend  away,   In  the  centre  of  Paris  we  were  to  stay.   By  day  we  saw  many  inspiring  sights,     And  delicious  dinners  filled  our  nights.   Quality  bonding  in  low  lit  brasseries,   Yet  we  chose  our  food  so  crassly     Steak  and  fires  every  night,   Brought  us  both  intense  delight.     "How  would  you  like  your  steaks  Monsieur?"   "Bleu"  my  pa  would  say;  as  rare  as  you  dare.   In  hindsight  it  was  a  happy  time,     Before  I  knew  the  choice  was  mine.     7  years  passed  and  learn  I  did,   I  lost  a  lot  of  that  innocent  kid.                               A  course  on  bees  was  where  we  went,   Dad  and  I,  on  a  journey  further  than  meant.     I  felt  overwhelmed  by  the  wisdom  of  the  bee,   And  soon  intrigue  and  awe  overtook  me.     I  realised  that  the  bee  deserves  to  be  free,   Not  in  a  square  box  contrived  by  man;                                       Designed  to  take  their  honey  because  we  can.     Consuming  honey  stopped  tasting  sweet,     When  I  learned  it  was  never  mine  to  eat.     Why  exploit  the  bees  and  steal  their  food,   When  I  can  eat  fruit  and  be  less  rude?     Soon  I  learnt  it  doesn't  stop  at  honey;   Why  can  you  sell  a  life  for  money?     This  behaviour  should  be  seen  abhorrently.   We've  made  their  lives  a  commodity.   Every  piece  of  meat  we  buy,     we’re  paying  to  breed  the  next  to  die.     It's  utter  madness,  barbaric  and  cruel,   To  contribute  to  this  I'd  feel  a  fool.       When  we’re  able  to  love  unconditionally  we  become  whole,   Veganisim  resonates  deep  within  the  human  soul.     Looking  back  I  thank  my  dad,     For  all  the  laughs  and  fun  we  had.     It  was  he  who  taught  me  to  value  life  in  all  its  forms,     Hugging  trees,  naming  fungi  and  breaking  norms.     Holding  our  breaths  as  a  snake  slithers  past,     Saving  beached  tadpoles  ‘till  we  got  the  last.     But  I  was  feeding  on  unspoken  lies,   Hidden  within  those  steak  and  fries.   I  didn't  realise  how  a  cow  dies;   I'd  never  heard  their  piercing  cries.  


Initiative Forum March 2016 So often  the  process  is  hidden,   And  open  discussion  forbidden.   If  we  all  decided  to  stop  and  look,   I  doubt  their  flesh  we'd  choose  to  cook.   Look  with  compassion  and  we'll  sure  see,   That  all  life  has  a  right  to  be  free.   See  their  innocence,  feel  their  wisdom.   The  time  has  come  to  change  the  system.     In  the  company  of  these  courageous  creatures  we  can  grow  so  strong,   Join  me  and  together  we  can  provide  all  beings  the  freedom  they  long.   We  each  are  omnipotent  and  we  can  help  others  thrive,   A  society  where  love  comes  first;  for  this  we  strive.  

Inspirational talk:  George  Morse  (YIP  8).


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Initiative Forum March 2016 Inspirational talk     by  Christoph  Walth   He  described  his  work  in  Greece  helping  out  “The  Kitchen”  where  volunteers  cook  for  the  refugees  that  keep  arriving   on   the   island.  There’s   many   refugees   that   are   waiting   to   be   registered   but   the   government   doesn’t   provide   them   food   whilst  they  wait.  Christoph  and  his  friends  decided  to  go  and  help  in  whatever  way  they  could.  Delivering  food,  playing   music,   giving   a   human-­‐to-­‐human   welcome   to   those   who   are   in   need.   “There’s   a   lot   to   be   done   there,   and   we   could   offer  any  spear  time  we  have  to  go  there  and  help.”      

Inspirational talk:  Christoph  Walth  

Initiative presentations   We  finished  the  morning  with  a  pitch  style  of  initiative  presentations.  We  wanted  to  create  the  mood  of  “this  is  just  a   little  taste  of  many  of  the  things  that  are  already  bringing  the  Foodture  closer”.  Inspire  people  and  connect  them  to   amazing  initiatives.     • • • • • • • • • •

C.S.A.  (Community  support  of  agriculture)  -­‐  Heidi  Erhardt  http://ruokaosuuskunta.fi/english/     BING  (Biodynamic  study  program)  –  Veerle  http://www.bingn.org/     Bio  für  jede  -­‐  Balz  Jäggi  &  Nina  Anine  |  biofürjede.ch Transition   Town   -­‐   Lüneburg   im   Wandel   -­‐   Eike   Schmidt   and   Jacob   https://www.facebook.com/

lueneburgimwandel/ Common Soil  -­‐  Pieter  Ploeg   If  we  could  vote..  -­‐  Pieter  Ploeg  http://ifwecouldvote.com/ Classroom  Alive  by  bike  |  http://www.cabupo.com/     Classroom  Alive  by  foot  |  http://cavillachbudapest.strikingly.com/ Summer  School  Iona  -­‐  Kristina  Möller     SOAR  (School  of  all  relations)  |  http://www.schoolofallrelations.com/  


Initiative Forum March 2016

Open space:  Into  the  foodture.  

YIP Alumni  Co-­‐budget  live  experiment       “What  does  a  foodture  with  financial  support  look  like?”       That’s  one  of  the  questions  we  are  asking  with  the  Co-­‐Budget  initiative  for  all  YIP   Alumni,  current  Yippies,  OT’s  and  contributors.   During  the  Initiative  Forum  2016  YIP-­‐Alumni  conducted  a  live  money  experiment   with  the  money  that  had  been  raised  through  Patreon  as  well  as  on  the  ground.   Facts:   ●  394  €  in  the  pot   ●  29  people  joined   ●  7  projects  were  supported       It  was  very  exciting  to  share  this  initiative  at  the  forum  and  to  hear  that  people  were   also  watching  it  from  afar  through  the  pictures  we  shared.  As  one  of  them  remarked   “It  seemed  like  most  of  the  people  didn’t  know  everybody  in  the  room,  but   everybody  knew  somebody”.   In  order  to  continue  this  experiment  and  our  work  we  want  to  raise  more  money  to   start  supporting  our  network  by  our  own  means  as  well  as  contributions  from   ‘outside’.   Page 40


Initiative Forum March 2016

To start  the  online  money  experiment  we  need  to  raise  a  bit  more  money  through   our  crowdfunding  platform  Patreon.  Have  a  look  and  maybe  pledge  5$  per   month:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2677007&ty=c       Louisa  and  Lyra  for  the  YIP-­‐Alumni  Co-­‐Budgeting  group  

YIP Alumni  Co-­‐budget  live  experiment  

 


Initiative Forum March 2016

Cultural Night:  Moon  Hooch.  

Cultural Night:  Mc  Jordy.  

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DAY 5

31 March 2016


Day 5  
 it  has  a  delicious  and  really  special  texture,   Crazy,  this  here  is  the  last  day,   the  last  bit  of  our  way   But  together  Into  the  Foodture  we  go   not  alone  but  together  we  will  grow.   Further,  bigger,  higher   and  our  relations  become  even  tighter.   But  not  in  the  way  that  is  harmful   we  connect  and  this  being  playful.   It  will  enable  us  to  see  the  beauty   and  this  is  our  daily  duty.   Behind  the  growth  of  life  itself   hides  the  most  precious  wealth.   We’ve  learnt  about  soil,  water  and  seeds;   how  important  it  is  to  meet  these  needs.     That  when  all  are  in  harmony   there  is  no  unnecessary  tragedy.   It’s  a  problem  when  we  value  not  as  much   the  wilderness  of  life  as  such   when  we  put  money  over  nature,     we  destroy  rather  than  nurture.   The  lemon  was  mentioned  now  a  few  times     we  must  feel  with  our  hearts  not  just  with  our  minds.   The  heart  is  much  more  connected  with  our  guts   and  will  tell  us  how  to  get  out  of  our  ruts.   But  now,  we  want  to  thank  you  right  away     for  coming  all  this  long  and  arduous  way.   To  ponder  with  us  on  this  urgent  reality   which  affects  not  just  us  but  the  larger  community   We  want  you  to  nurture  well  and  feed     yourself  with  the  best  and  those  in  need;   to  choose  wisely  where  your  energy  should  go,     the  things  you  love  will  bring  you  further  than  you  know.   Because  life  might  consist  of  love   it  grows  with  no  end  to  the  above.   Fear  as  we  heard  before  though   likes  to  perform  and  deliver  a  show.   That’s  why  we  chose  this  following  lecture:  

it consists  of  visions  and  dreams     but  they  don’t  end  up  just  being  themes.   Idefix  brings  things  into  concrete  actions     and  if  you  don’t  know  how  and  feel  stuck  in  your   motions.   They  take  you,  awake  you  and  help  you  find  your  flame     ‘till  you´re  able  to  visualize  it  as  if  it  was  a  game.   I  hope  I  didn’t  promise  to  much   but  this  is,  on  what  they  may  touch.   So  open  your  heart  and  your  mind   and  be  well  prepared  to  find   your  inspiration  soon  to  be  real   and  it  might  be  the  moment  for  you  you  feel   you  are  able  to  go  and  to  plant     the  Foodture  you  aim  and  the  change  that  you  want.   After  this  lecture  no  worries  you´ll  find   a  fika  prepared  for  you  really  kind.   This  will  be  followed  by  a  bringing  together   us  on  the  stage,  will  be  cozy  but  this  doesn’t  matter   Hugs  we  will  harvest  and  and  kisses  too   so  please  focus  on  this  important  to  do.   Thén  …  the  last  lunch  will  be  served    and  a  break  for  the  cooks  well  deserved.   Without  this  delicious  piece  of  art  called  Food  by  Anna   we  would  eat  all  day  just  Peruvian  banana.   Anyway,  the  food  is  not  the  final  delight:   our  rooms  want  to  shine  again  bright!   But  don’t  worry  this  will  be  incredibly  entertaining   that  afterwards  not  just  the  floor  but  your  heart  will  be   shining.   So  come  at  two  o´clock  back  here  to  me,   we   see.  will  experience  how  to  create  the  future  we  want  to   And  then  guess  what  a  fika  will  close  this  precious  week   to  have  the  last  talks  we  forgot  but  still  seek.   You  are  all  in  our  hearts  and  this  I  hope  we  can  show   because  you  leave  the  energy  for  us  to  grow.  


Idéfix’s lecture:  awake  your  sleeping  ideas  

Closing Ceremony:  Kitchen  Team.   Page 44


Closing Ceremony.  

Closing Ceremony  


Seeds for  a  better  word.


WORKSHOPS By

Picture

Title & Contact

Cooking annawynants@gmail.com 


Anna

Street Poets # http://streetpoetsinc.com/ 


Art

Pallet structures arv.jansen96@gmail.com 


Arvid

Nibble Trädgård# nibble.handelstradgard@gmail.com Chris & Annet

Art of connexion eike.schmidt@posteo.de Eike

Making food readable

Elise

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By

Title & Contact

Picture

Street Poets # http://streetpoetsinc.com/

Franc

Cooking resilience isabella.guerrini@findhorn.org 


Isabelle

Vegan cooking #

James

jamesmuschler@gmail.com 


Dance 


Jaynese

Bees# 


Julie

actforbees@gmail.com

What’s up in the sky? Kerstin

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By

Title & Contact

Magic koen@keik.be

Koen

Art of Harvesting# maira.rahme@gmail.com

Maíra

Cradle to cradle#

Malte

ivialte@gmail.com

Being friends with apple trees#

Marc

matourette55@yahoo.be

Fermentation Matbygett Team

Nicholas

http://www.jarnakafe.se/ matbygget.html

Social change and eurythmy nicholaspw@gmail.com

Soil pieterploeg@me.com Pieter Ploeg

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By

Title & Contact

Picture

Dying with plants roszy.rose@gmail.com

Rosie

Social businesses tamas@socialfokus.org Tamas

Recommendations* Movies • • • • • • •

Queen of  the  sun:  what  are  the  bees  telling  us? What  the  blip  do  we  know Athene’s  Theory  of  Everything Demain Voices  of  transition The  salt  of  the  Earth I  AM    the  doc

*Movies and books recommended by forum participants on the harvest wall. Enjoy!

Books • Of  water  and  the  spirit:  Ritual,  Magic  and  Initiation   in  the  Life  of  an  African Shaman  Maliodoma  Patrice  Some • • • •

Ishmael -­‐  Daniel  Quinn Reinventing  Organisations  -­‐  Frederic  Laloux Selbst  denken:  Eine  Anleitung  zum  widerstand  -­‐  Harald  Walzer Gouveneurs  de  la  roseé  -­‐  Jacques  Roumain

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To be visited - IF 2016

Jet& Tania Wynants-Ropoti

Belgium

Aalmosenijestraat 1 9860 Landskouter

Merel

Belgium

Visserij 167, 9000 Ghent

Clara van Camp

Belgium

Antwerp

Koen

Belgium

august Vermellenlaan 31 3010 Uessel-lo

Pieter Goovaerts

Belgium

Neefsteeg 16 Antwerpen

Ivy Frizo

Brazil

Andradas

Hannah Steenbergen

England

The Wonder Dome' 35 Saxon Road Bristol, BS29VQ

Sakari

Finland

Elainlackarinte 3412 Helsinki

Oliver Quick

Finland

lnarintie 61, 99870 lnari lnari Village Lapland

Kaarnaranta

Finland

192 Fdontie, lsnas Finland

Vea Vainio&

Finland

Vanhankartanortie 45 Espoo (Helsinki)

Fabio Andrade

Finland

Kaamaranta,Edontie 142 077501snas

Mira Neckel

Germany

Schimiedtorstr. 11 72070 Tubingen

Christiane

Germany

Wilschenbrucherweg 27 21335 Luneburg - till sept'16

Community/course center:

Luova Kasvu

003293625188

(I moved, but very nice house!)

(moving to Hungary)

Jacoba

Germany

Am Hof 24 53113 Bonn

Manlk

Germany

Nordlauser Str 9 990989 Erfurt

Pauline

Germany

KronestaBe 16 53347 Bonn (Alften)

Charlotte Wiesner

Germany

From 2017 in LOneburg

Almuth Steffens

Germany

LudwegsfeldestraBe 11 14165 Berlin

Sophie Kreuzer

Germany

Am Rain 1 78647 Trossingen (South Germ.)

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