Australian author, Jade Miles believes that a slower, simpler life is key to creating a healthier home, environment and a healthier you. Her most recent book, Futuresteading: Live like tomorrow
Australian author, Jade Miles believes that a slower, simpler life is key to creating a healthier home, environment and a healthier you. Her most recent book, Futuresteading: Live like tomorrow matters: Practical skills, recipes and rituals for a simpler life details the principles of futuresteading and offers easy-to-understand information and hands-on ideas. Ms. Miles will talk about her book and some of the practical skills you can implement at home.
Learn to grow delicious food and medicinal plants; share rituals with loved ones through the seasons; feast on healthy home-cooked food for the family; nourish body and soul with outdoor expeditions and moments of rest; and create wonders with your hands.
Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event.
Jade Miles and her husband Charlie Showers run Black Barn Farm, a biodiverse orchard, nursery and workshop space in North East Victoria, Australia which is a magnet for visitors to learn about permaculture, homesteading, as well as to pick-their-own from some of the 98 varieties of heritage fruit and berries. Jade co-hosts the weekly Futuresteading podcast with Catie Payne, is active in the media about living regeneratively, hosts schools programs and sits on a number of boards in the name of reconnecting us to nature, food and a simpler existence.
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm
Gunn Memorial Library
5 Wykeham Road, Washington CT, 06794
Gunn Memorial LibraryPhone: (860) 868-7586