2015-16

Out of this Earth - making it local

A year long, 'Right Livelihood' pottery making project for  local villages in Devon, UK

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2015

Aug 2015  Water Walk from the Holy Island of Lindisfarne to Belford Natural Catchments Water Project

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Aug 2015  Stockholm Water Prize awarded to our Indian Partners  

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Discussions begun with the UK government and communities on Green Finance for Natural Catchment Measures to manage flooding in the UK


2014

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June 2014  Process and Pilgrimage in Cordoba               

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2013

The Flow Partnership is Launched

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November 2013  Week long events with Indian and UK partners

 

 

Feb/March 2013  Collaboration with scientists from James Hutton Institute, Scotland and Newcastle University


2012

November 2012  Process and Pilgrimage: Memory and Hope at Abbiazia di Spineto in Italy  

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Sept 2012  Workshop at Tarun Bharat Sangh, Rajasthan, India

May 2012  Water Symposium at Tamera, Portugal

 

May 2012  Process and Pilgrimage: Revival, Growing Health and Education in the Monk’s Garden at Abbazia di Spineto in Italy   More Info →

 

2011

Aug 2010/11 Think Global, Taste Local A year long community project, learning about cooking local, seasonal, organic food  

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May 2011  Tagore Festival, Dartington, Devon  

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2010

May 2010  Process and Pilgrimage:  Seeing through Paradox, Believing through Difference at Bettona Italy. 

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March 2010  First issue of Holistic Science Journal

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2009

November 2009  Process and Pilgrimage: Wholeness in Three Panels, at The Window, Islington, London.

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July 2009  Process and Pilgrimage: From Source to Sea, from origin to fulfilment, from potential to expression, a pilgrimage following the journey of the River Dart.

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May 2009  Launch of Process and Pilgrimage at Birkbeck College, London.  

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2008

Oct- Dec 2008  Six Goethean Science workshops on What is the Hawthorn? In science, story, drawing, healing, planting, at the Steiner School, Devon over a period of 4 months. 

 

 
  • Workshop 1: Goethean way of Seeing and Drawing : Led by Philip Franses, with Lu Christie
  • Workshops 2,3,4: Healing Properties through Inner Knowing: Led by Philip Franses, Liz Turner and Nicki Kempston
  • Workshop 5:  Planting for Renewal: Led by Liz Turner of Trees for Health
  • Workshop 6: Fireside Celtic, Greek, Nordic & other tales of the Hawthorn: Led by Minni Jain, with Louise Woodall
     

 June 2008  Dartmoor Pilgrimage:  Exploring Quality        

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