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GROWING IN HARMONY

“The traditional subjects of English, Maths, Science and Art are all linked into growing food”

Since the dawn of time, our ancestors have always understood the need to live in harmony with the natural world, respecting its never-ending cycles and rhythms and sustainable systems. However, since the Industrial Revolution, mankind has become increasingly disconnected and distanced from nature’s systems – there is now little place for harmony in a world dominated by economy. Today, we are living beyond the means of our planet, consuming and polluting in ways that are damaging and degrading to the natural environment.

It’s clear that we need to develop conscious mindsets, collectively implementing better and more sustainable practices in how we live on Earth. What better way to promote sustainability and connectivity than

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