Morag Gamble is a very popular teacher in this field with enormous practical experience. She has been teaching about how to live a low impact, healthy and sustainable way of life for over two decades in more than 20 countries, and she really does walk her talk. Morag lives in a simple life in an Australian ecovillage, in the ecohouse she built with her family, surrounded by abundant award-winning permaculture gardens. She has designed her life to be self-employed and debt free. This frees her to home educate her three children using ecological and permaculture approach, and spend time in her garden, in nature and in her community. As well as being very practically experienced, Morag has a Masters of Environmental Education, a Postgraduate Diploma of Landscape Architecture, a Bachelor of Environmental Planning. She was a guest teacher at Schumacher College, UK, she lectured for many years in Food Politics at Griffith University and was an adjunct at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
By Morag Gamble, Mark Lakeman, Sense-making in a changing world
Start with wherever they're able to get to start to say yes. And then you get to the next yes. And the next yes. Until the process begins.