Welcome to my place, my purpose is to create a supportive environment. To create new landscapes through new mindscapes, new ways of thinking, doing and being. To provide a place where like minded fellow travelers can pause, get some useful information and some spiritual sustenance before continuing on their way. "Don't die with the music in you"
CONGRATULATIONS on putting together a very impressive
website. It conveys you so well. I sure the enterprise will
go really well. Very best wishes, Drusilla Green, Farmer & Landcarer, Violet Town, Vic

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Check out Bill's new website - "I reckon its a ripper! " Vivienne T. (Snr Ecologist, ARI)

"It's great Bill....I could be up all night reading all the in-depth information....think I'll leave it to a more appropriate time of day. Love the photos too...it all looks so peaceful....but behind that smile, and those caring eyes, lies a mind that is constantly teeming with ideas and questions."
Annie D (Feldenkrais Therapist).

"Lovely. You seem to have worked in all your interests and sorted out the beef-farmer angst with sustainability. Neat. Hope it does well for you."
I've used this same quote in a book I just finished. "A human being is part of the whole called by us universe,..." Stay calm, Paul Wilson (Author)

"I really like the structure of your web site, similar to what I've been thinking around, nice and clear and easy to follow" - Denise T (UK Coach)

"Love your web site, Bill. Just thought I'd say well done. It is rare to see things like yours on the web and I just wanted to say well done."
Nathan W. PHD Candidate, Dept of Botany, La Trobe Uni.

"Like the website: smilingly succinct and to the point as befitting your
personality - the hue's of green you have chosen are very calming too."
Darren D, Permaculture Designer and Trainer.

"Great site, beautifully done."
I look forward to your work. I would be very open to articles or essays on agricultural / biomicry futures (for the journal of future studies)
thanks so much
Sohail Inayatullah
Professor Graduate Institute for Futures Studies, Tamkang University, Tamsui,Taiwan Courses on Macrohistory, Policy Studies, Epistemology and Methodology, and Futures Studies.
Adjunct Professor Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of the Sunshine Coast. Responsible for supervision of PhD and MA students.

 

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