The name of this immersion - Seeds of Action - has both a practical and a symbolic meaningreflecting the their interconnection in our lives. Seeds are something that will grow or are already growing. Seeds are crucial for the reproduction and restoration of ecosystems. In the time of crisis it is especially important to have and to share natural seeds that have not lost their adaptation properties and are able to meet changing conditions. Some of us are engaged in nature-friendly farming practices that are aimed at adapting to climate change and restoring degraded lands. Others work with symbolic seeds of new cultural paradigm and new modes of social life.Together we will be able to establish and to strengthen connections between different levels of our life.
We stand at the forefront of the crisis like firefighters standing in front of a forest fire. It is too late to prevent the catastrophe, but we can try to make sure that there are seeds in the ground that will live after the fire, that there are seeds of the future already growing in this time of change.We invite people from different countries:
• farmers practising regenerative agriculture
• urban and rural communities and ecovillages members;
• ecologists and green activists;
• philosophers and writers;
• prototyping future visioners;
• social entrepreneurs;
• healers and psychologists;
• traditional knowledge holders;
• seed savers;
• cultural workers, art and media persons;
We will meet in a little northern village for 5 days in order to to ask questions and seek answers to complex questions, build bridges, change together, try to achieve synergy and cooperation and create common projects for the future. The immersion's programme will include presentations, discussions, joint design sessions, body practices, practical work, creative and transformational processes.
The working languages of unconference are Russian and English (simultaneous translation will be provided by organisers and participants-volunteers).
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