The Exploration Continues

It is just as important to understand our environment as it is to understand ourselves. Indeed, the two are linked, and the interaction is what makes us. This week we pondered the questions: where does our energy come from and go? As well as: what patterns do I have? Potentially these questions can give us … More The Exploration Continues

The Past Couple of Weeks

We’ve had a lot happen over the past few weeks. ​ Some of the things we’ve done are as follows:  We asked ourseleves the question if we knew we’d succeed what we would do? It was inspiring to let our optimistic visions for ourselves and the planet soar.   Then we asked why not now? What stops … More The Past Couple of Weeks

The Weekend One

Every month Wilder Ways includes a Saturday date so that people who are ordinarily at school can join us, this was our weekend and was also Imbolc, a traditional Gaelic festival marking the start of Spring!  Friday A cold crisp day, we met at Pillars of Hercules  the perfect spot to pick up any additional food or … More The Weekend One

SCI AGM 2019

UPDATED TIMES Arrive 10-10.30 to start AGM as close to 10.30 as possible AGM will take 30-45 mins so finish around 11.15 for elevenses Maintenance 11.30ish – 1.30pm Xmas gathering – food and activities 1.30-3.30pm   SCI warmly invites you to our AGM on 7th Dec. And to the whole day, or the bits you … More SCI AGM 2019

Skillshare Mudplastering

Saturday 9 November 11am-4pm Earthship, Kinghorn Loch On Nov 9th 11-4 we will be meeting at the earthship for a skillshare day of adobe earth plastering, where folk can learn the ancient skill of using earth, sand and straw to make beautiful durable plaster. If this is something you’d be interested in let me know … More Skillshare Mudplastering

Risking and Benefiting

It has been great to get to a point where we are seeing real progress with our personal goals – one thing we have been exploring in particular is seeing the unseen – and delving into risk and benefit. Now, this may sound obscure so here is an example this week we started by considering … More Risking and Benefiting

A Recap

Over the past few weeks we have: foraged for food in the rockpools while thinking and talking about our ancestors We all visited Scotland the Bread and learned about the nutritious ancient grains we used for sustainability.  We walked the chain walk in Elie,  which was an exciting challenge.  We cooked potatoes, bedouin bread, seafood … More A Recap

Our Line In The Sand

We arrived to West Sands beach early to help prepare the area for a Climate Change march coming from the centre of St Andrews town today. The march was loud and triumphant and we were there ready to greet the large snaking line of people with the sand art we had been working on all … More Our Line In The Sand