“I see a lot of encouraging signs that civilization is returning to an understanding of a living Earth. One of the most hopeful is the permaculture and regenerative agriculture movement, which is not anymore about how do we extract what we want from the land, but how do we take care of the soil and how do we take care of the community of life, knowing that if we do that, it will take care of us too? But really oriented, not just on yields or what we can measure, but it is very much grounded in participation in a system larger than ourselves that is itself alive. It is not only a community of life – it is also alive in and of itself.” ~ Charles Eisenstein
Interview by Pachamama Alliance in support of The Sacred Headwaters Initiative.