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Gratitude and humor in an intensely changing world. I have a
background in film and food justice, and now a graduate degree in
Integral Ecology. I'm at artist-activist-educator, and I'll be
working as a guide in transformation and resilience over the next
few decades of humongous changes on the planet. I have the river
confluence I was born by tattooed on my back, above the Egyptian
hieroglyphic for the word love. I choose tattoos carefully. I have
a rabbit. I'm close to my family. I've traveled a lot. I'm deeply
grateful for all our interrelated lives.
What I’m doing with my life
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Find my stuff at ecocourageous.com. I make art and teach about
ecology, spirit, and justice. I'm sharing what I've learned (and
always learning) in sometimes serious, sometimes seriously
hilarious ways. I sell local raw honey at farmer's markets. I go
for walks under tall trees regularly. I ride my bike everywhere. My
garden is exploding ~ since my house is finally full of people who
(like me) love to plant, sprout, tend, harvest, ferment, brew,
tincture, infuse, seed-save, and sing to the plants every chance
I’m really good at
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Paying attention to people. Making everyone feel at home.
Cultivating community. Place-making. Supporting radical emergence
and reassuring boundaries. Timing. Learning the land. Combining
strange colorful produce to make glorious feasts. Sharing earth
through art. Seeing us surrounded by the sacred. Giving haircuts.
Taking care of my rabbit, who's lived with me since NYC '02.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have weird hair, kind eyes, maybe a cute butt - depends on which
direction you're noticing from. I'm a shape-shifter, I have a range
of looks. My friend just said they noticed I was conscious and
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: David Abram, Audre Lorde, Derrick Jensen, Joanna Macy.
Movies: Beasts of the Southern Wild, Studio Ghibli, Charlie
Kauffman, Occupy Love
Shows: The Daily Show with Cameron Esposito, Broad City, if it's
funny/smart I watch too much of it online
Music: Zap Mama, Tune Yards, Sleater Kinney, Reggie Watts
Food: Fresh salads, nuts 'n berries, radiation-free seaweed,
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I'm not sure what we get to keep across incarnations, but from here
it feels like I could never do without the people I love, my
breath, shared meals, music, movement, touch, trees, animals, soil,
water, all those things.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The world we all share. How we can honor life, love, diversity, and
creativity. How we can move past fear and greed, and sow peace and
understanding. How we can have the courage to act ~ to dismantle
systems of violence and patriarchy, institutionalized racism and
oppression, and show up in solidarity and collaboration and
healing. How to balance trust and urgency. How to balance
revelation and responsibility. Who I might meet next...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
fielding offers for fun interesting things out and about, and I do
dance, mmhmm, that is true, but also happy to stay at home for some
potluck/bonfire/interesting conversation with housemates, or
especially some quiet time to get back to my art.
You should message me if
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I'm looking for transformative relationships - friendships and
loves that challenge, encourage, and nourish each partner's soul
and evolving story in the world. Someone who can talk about
monkeywrenching or solastalgia or poop. Someone who wants to push
on towards camp, but still makes sure everyone on the hike is ok.
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