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For the Wild

Severine Von Tscharner Fleming on The Commons to Which We Belong

A discussion on land distribution, the settler desire to own land, and a collective commitment to caring for the land.  “Severine shares the messiness and opportunity of living amongst the prosperity of extraction in the spaces we inhabit while dedicating ourselves to a land-based livelihood that awakens the call to live inside of accountability to people and place.”

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For the Wild

What Could Possibly Go Right?

Episode 18 - Severine von Tscharner Fleming

"That those willing to do the reparations and healing of the land for our collective good should earn an enduring right to subsistence."

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What Could Possibly Go Right?

Free Speech TV

Bioneers Seeding the Field

The new farmer's response to modern farming, the new agrarian trust, and the new farmers almanac.

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Free Speech TV

Edmund Hillary Fellowship

What Does the Land Want?

A discussion of the purpose of Greenhorns and the New Agrarians, and how programs like these support the new, young farmer networks by working within regenerative agriculture and working within the Commons.

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Edmund Hillary Fellowship

Civil Eats

The Movement to Turn Church Land into Farmland

An essay on land ownership by religious groups, and how the generation who is connected to these groups are aging. What will happen to these land trusts when they leave?

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Civil Eats

Vermont Folklife Center

Oral History: An Introduction

Short stories about the Grange, excerpted from oral histories collected by the Greenhorns as a part of Grange Future and the Grange Oral History Project.

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Vermont Folklife Center

Findhorn New Story Hub

Land Healing through Young Farmers: A conversation between Severine von Tscharner Fleming and Charles Esenstein

Recorded through “A New and Ancient Story Podcast”, Charles and Severine discuss “the evolution of farming, its planetary healing potential, issues of ownership and the commons, and how to bridge our ideals and best practices to present-day economic realities.”

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Findhorn New Story Hub

Edmund Hillary Fellowship

How Does Change Happen on the Land?

The widespread food revolution being spearheaded by Severine von Tscharner Fleming.
An article that reflects the work of Greenhorns, the Agrarian Trust, and Farm Hack.

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Edmund Hillary Fellowship

New Frontiers 2017

Severine von Tscharner Fleming : Land Repair with Agrarian Trust

Conference and lecture series based in New Zealand, bringing together visionary entrepreneurs, investors and startup teams to create solutions to global problems. Here, Severine von Tscharner Fleming discusses the process of becoming a Greenhorn, and how programs such as FarmHack support new agrarian groups, and how these groups can work together to restore and repair the land, together.

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New Frontiers 2017

Bioneers

Millions of Acres: Young Agrarians Needed

Live Video
Speaking at the Bioneers Conference in 2014
Radical Patriotism: Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future
Audio Recording

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Bioneers

Our Land

Symposium on Farmland Access in the 21st Century, hosted by the Schumacher Center for a New Economics

Two introductions to the day’s ahead within the event, and two speeches titled “Other Words”.

Discussions on land ownership, and ways to create shared ownership of land.

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Our Land

Grist

Meet a young farmer leading a greenhorn ‘guerilla’ movement

The beginning of the Greenhorns as a media outlet, publishing house and event coordinators. A discussion of the beginnings of the Greenhorns film. A call for recruitment and dedication to the work of building a new generation of farmers.

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Grist