In this episode, I speak to permaculture educator Karen Noon. Karen originally hails from South Africa, but now lives on a small farm in Brittany, France. Karen comes from a corporate background, but ten years ago that all changed. Today I speak with Karen about the importance of personal storytelling in transformative education and howContinue reading “Podcast: Storytelling, Permaculture and Transformative Living with Karen Noon”
This is the second part of the two-part interview I did with Bretagne storyteller, Fiona MacLeod. Here she talks about re-storying trees, stones, and water; her annual week-long storytelling in nature workshop; and some resources for environmentally-friendly tales. She leaves us with the question of who will save water today?
I caught up with Fiona MacLeod, a storyteller from Brittany, France, at the Scottish Storytelling Centre where she was storyteller in residence for the month of February. While in Scotland she facilitated a workshop on Contemplation, Story and Pathways to Peace as part of the Edinburgh Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace. In this,Continue reading “Fiona MacLeod: Stories As Pathways to Peace”