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    CERES Spring Sessions: Journeying without Travelling, Belonging in Place

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     Conversations with thinkers, lovers and makers in a post-COVID world 

     Select Tuesdays at lunchtime in Spring

    Put CERES' Spring conversation hours in your calendar. Get inspired by local legends of Permaculture, new economics, regen-ag and climate change education. 

    Building on our Weekly Winter Webinars program, we bring you more moderated lunchtime Q&A panels featuring local legends with globally relevant ideas about regenerative futures. 

    "I believe that if one fathoms deeply one's own neighbourhood and the everyday world in which he lives, the greatest of worlds will be revealed."
    Masanobu Fukuoka

    Join us for a deep and relevant exploration of place and purpose at our next Spring Session webinar: Journeying without Travelling, Belonging in Place. CERES Narrative Director Sieta Beckwith will facilitate this conversation with Claire Dunn, writer, speaker, barefoot explorer, rewilding facilitator and founder of Nature’s Apprentice and Dr. Maya Ward, author, community educator and creator of pilgrimage-based rituals. We will ask how, in our current climate, we can cultivate a deeper sense of belonging, right where we are. In what new ways can we contemplate our place in the world and how can our connections to community and nature help us adapt to a new way of living?

    Warm your hearts, bring your lunch and reimagine a better future post-COVID!

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