đŸŒŸ Vi pratar hampa, quinoa, Ă„kerböna, bovete och emmer

Hej!

Vi samtalade med fyra av sveriges mest ambitiösa smÄskaliga producenter och förÀdlare om drivkrafter, utmaningar, behovet av gemensamma logistik- och försÀljningslösningar (inköpsföreningar?), skalningsanlÀggningar, vattenkefir och mycket mer!

Du hittar videon lite lÀngre ned i mejlet.

Dessutom: Lyssningstips! Vi saktar ned under Juli mÄnad och beger oss till stranden, till skogen, kommer ikapp i vÀxthuset osv. Vi tar semester helt enkelt. Vi skickar med nÄgra tips pÄ poddar till förhoppningsvis lata dagar i hÀngmattan.

:fallen_leaf:I Augusti blir det mer aktiviteter. Men, lÄt oss fortsÀtta samtalet under sommaren, skriv gÀrna i forumet eller i gruppen pÄ Facebook.

:vhs: Lokal produktion och samarbeten för svenska livsmedel

Deltagare:
:star: David Appelgren - Ombergs EkogÄrd, Svensk Quinoa, Svenska Hampaförbundet
:star: Anders Nilsson - Wermlands Bovete
:star: Anders Lunneryd - WÀstgötarna - Spelt, lantvete, emmer m.m.
:star: Marcus Nordgren - Svensk Fava - Bondbönor, Äkerbönor

Sommarlyssningen

:headphones: Team Human – Tyson Yunkaporta “Find the Other Others”

Kan ursprungskulturer hjÀlpa oss förstÄ den fulla innebörden av cirkulÀrt tÀnkande, vad det innebÀr att leva med naturen, vad det innebÀr att vara en del av ekosystemet som omger oss.

Playing for Team Human today, senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne and author of “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World,” Tyson Yunkaporta. Yunkaporta helps us apply an indigenous lens to see our global crises in a more actionable and inclusive way. Where did western culture go wrong? How did the shift from a circular understanding of time to a linear model of time affect human perception of progress?

In his opening monologue, Rushkoff discusses how regenerative thinking and practice can be applied across broad spectrums to help us understand how to integrate all parts of life — from production to externalities — into our actions and mindsets.

:headphones: The Jim Rutt Show – Joe Norman on Localism & Scales of Cooperation

Hur kan vi organisera oss pÄ en mindre skala för att möjliggöra lokal handel och starkare lokalsamhÀllen dÀr alla har en plats?

In this Currents episode, Jim talks to Joe Norman about appropriately-sized community collaboration, family & local organization, government & market dysfunctions, cooperation-based sacrifice, bad actors & sociopaths, unique dynamics of local markets, localism as a complex ecosystem, emergence, the limits of diversification & trade, multi-scale localism, wicked societal risks, the politicization of masks, and more.

:headphones: AOM – Finding Connection in a Lonely World

Hur tacklar vi en av de största kĂ€llorna till psykisk ohĂ€lsa – ensamhet? LedtrĂ„d: vi gör tillsammans, kanske startar vi en kooperativ matbutik? :wink:

We’ve all been there: you’re sitting at home some evening and you don’t have plans, you haven’t heard from family or friends for awhile, and you’ve got things on your mind, but don’t feel like there’s anyone you can talk to about them. You feel down and adrift, and sense an almost physical ache in your heart. You’re experiencing loneliness, and my guest today says we ought to interpret this feeling the way we would hunger or thirst — as a signal that we have a need that we should take action to fulfill.

His name is Dr. Vivek Murthy, he served as the 19th Surgeon General of the United States, and he’s the author of the book Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World.

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Det var allt denna vecka,
Glad sommar hÀlsar Kristofer och resten av Förenade Inköp