Author Archives: Kaytlyn Dale

About Kaytlyn Dale

#nuffield13 scholar passionate about sacred agriculture and holding space for transforming ourselves so that we can help regenerate the land, soil, Earth and our food system. Pursuing an MA that brings spirituality and agriculture together in the conversation.

Pain #1

Originally posted on In A Spacious Place:
It may only last minutes. Sometimes it will go on for hours, days, weeks, months, even years. An entire life-time may not exhaust its dark and destructive energy. It is just there; it…

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“Egalitarian Matriarchy”

In their purest form, “egalitarian matriarchies” place the mother principle at the center of culture and society. Their highest values are the love, care, and generosity they associate with motherhood. These values are not limited to women and girls. Boys … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Showing Up

Maintaining friendships, much less forging new ones, is a question of choices. The choice to make the call, send the note, mark the calendar, reserve the time, follow-up, ask the questions, remember the answers. Over and over and over again. … Continue reading

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We Rise: Silence No More

From various hashtags (metoo and AintNoCinderella), to fighting for the rights of Earth to be honoured, to fighting for our own rights, women are rising. We will be silent no more. Does that sound like a threat? Perhaps so. Continue reading

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Biodiversity matters in farmers’ fields too

Here, I re-post a press release from USC Canada. Diversity in food crops essential to a healthy planet Will our National Food Policy enhance agricultural biodiversity? Ottawa, July 24, 2017 – In its latest report, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness … Continue reading

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Women for Soils: Healthy Soils, Restorative Small-Scale Farming and Carbon Sequestration 2017 Training Summary

Source: Women for Soils: Healthy Soils, Restorative Small-Scale Farming and Carbon Sequestration 2017 Training Summary

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Canada is Stepping up to the Plate (for Food)

From a gloomy report in 2013 stating that Canada had some serious ‘right to food’ issues like those seen in developing countries to an IPES Food report this week “Putting agroecology on the agenda in Rome and Ottawa,” I am … Continue reading

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