In this blog post we reflect on the cycle of learning as experienced on MA Engaged Ecology through the process of growing, treating and weaving flax into linen.
Engaged Ecology Student Hannah Close launches fundraising campaign to make a programme about the magical Hebridean Islands in the far north of Scotland.
Engaged Ecology lecturer Andy Letcher has discovered much that is unfamiliar as he visits a Swedish forest while teaching. Yet he discovers the only way to understand it is by taking your place in that natural world and watching nature thrive around you.
Following a recent Engaged Ecology visit to Lower Sharpham Farm, we consider the ecological, social and political complexities of rewilding in practice.
Schumacher College and Dartington School of Arts are increasing financial support for students from less well-off backgrounds who want to study at the colleges.
Dr Sarah Elisa Kelly, lecturer in Engaged Ecology at Schumacher College, blogs with her thoughts on what radical education means for her.
In this immersive reflection, Dr Sarah Elisa Kelly explores our understanding and experience of place and offers a simple exercise to help you feel more ‘place-full’.