he/him Programme Lead MSc Regenerative Food, Farming and EnterpriseEmail Nathan.Einbinder@schumachercolleg.org.uk LocationSchumacher CollegeYour content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of...
Regenerative learning offers hope for the future of education and society.
Participants at Dartington Trust’s first Regenerative Learning Symposium agreed that we need to find new ways of educating to create the societal shift to care fore people and planet.
Dr Rachel Sweeney
she/her Head of Schumacher College ProgrammesProgramme Lead MA Movement Mind Ecology.EmailRachel.Sweeney@dartington.orgLocationHigher CloseYour content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of...
The psychedelic renaissance – is it time to re-think old attitudes?
Dartington Trust’s Great Hall was the venue for a panel discussion on research into the benefit of psychedelics and people with long term mental health conditions.
Student Stories: Film to explore what islands reveal about climate change
Engaged Ecology Student Hannah Close launches fundraising campaign to make a programme about the magical Hebridean Islands in the far north of Scotland.
Undergraduates return to Dartington for first time in 12 years
Teaching on the BSc Regenerative Food & Farming, Schumacher College’s first ever undergraduate degree, whcih began this week.
Meeting the challenge of bringing farmers together
Combining life experience of growing up on a dairy farm with her studies at Schumacher College, Emma Stewart hopes to bring greater understanding between regenerative and more mainstream approaches.
Finding home in a tropical cloud forest
In early March 2020 a group of MA Ecological Design Thinking students set off to Peru to work on a nature-based educational project. As the global pandemic struck, those students were faced with a dilemma: should they stay on or return home? We speak to one student who descided to stay.
Drought lessons from Central America
Indigenous agroecological farming practices can teach us how farming can adapt but may not be enough to confront serious drought, writes Nathan Einbinder. Article first published in Wicked Leeks.
Dr Pavel Cenkl
Pavel is Head of Schumacher College, Director of Learning and Land at Dartington Trust, and oversees Programme Development for Movement, Mind, and Ecology.