“It is insightful, absurd, surprising and overwhelming. A bodily experience which connects us deeply to the natural world and reminds us that we are all of the land, connected not only to other creatures but to rocks, water and trees, viruses, fungus and spores even. All that is good. All that is bad. Life and death. Put simply, it is the walk of our lives.”
I write in the latest edition of Transition Free Press about my experience on a Deep Time Walk while on the Wild Economics course at Schumacher College