“Growing food reminds us to surrender to the cycle of life, death and rebirth. There is a time for sowing, a time for growing, a time for abundance, a time for burning, and a time for starting anew. In this process, we’re growing and transforming, too. On our permaculture microfarm, every relationship is valued. Nothing is wasted. Only transformed.” @staywildrootsrevival
Janelle Hill, @staywildrootsrevival, and her family honor their combined Persian, Filipinx, Western European and North African roots through growing their own food and preparing traditional meals. But you don’t need a microfarm to practice slow living. Whether you live on a farm or in the city, what are ways to live slower, eat seasonally and spend more time in nature? Check out the article and leave a comment below.
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