Find out about new political movements, real utopias and green politics in this talk from Off Grid Festival 2014.
Follow Steve from Permanent Culture Now as he shows you how to make a seed bomb, then go out an invade the derelict space around where you live.
The story of Wally Hope, the peace hippies and Stonehenge festival.
Gee Vaucher from CRASS, discussing her work and its impact from the 1980’s onwards, hear from people influenced by Crass and how Gee develops her art.
Film of talk by ex-members (such as the late General Baker) of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, arguably one of the most radical working class organisations in the US in the 20th century.
Popular Education, what it is, how to do it, loads of films and links to more information.
Overview of Erik Olin Wright’s theory of social change Real Utopias, which explains how social change happens using the Transition Movement as an example.
Exploratory and experimental piece looks at the value of seed saving and sharing as an economic model in its own right and as a way of supporting the local resource based economies of the future.
Can human beings shake off their social conditioning as a means of interacting more closely with nature and other life on the planet through a personal experience narrative.
Bioneers are those people experimenting to create low impact solutions for an uncertain future.
How growing your own food can help in times of austerity.
How we setup a food growing project on a old tennis court.
A few thoughts and reflections on the garden as move head on into autumn
Food poverty is a big issue, what are its causes and what potential solutions are there.
A great list of useful permaculture books to use to develop a future world of equality and sound ecology.
How Bolton Urban Growers help communities in social and council housing grow their own food.
How to pickle rat tail radishes.
Autumn jobs for the vegetable
this piece looks at community self reliance and the end of employment
Is civilisation really civilised?