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Resilience through the Collapse, Agroecology & Restoring the Kinship
Resilience through the Collapse, Agroecology & Restoring the Kinship

Sat, Mar 11


YouTube Premiere

Resilience through the Collapse, Agroecology & Restoring the Kinship

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Mar 11, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST

YouTube Premiere


About the Event

Join our exclusive YouTube premiere, Saturday, March 11th at 10 am EST, of this interview with Andy the renowned podcaster of  "The Poor Prole's Almach" where we discussed some fascinating and  essential subjects like:

- How to survive the collapse

- The opportunity offered by agroecology

- Agroecology vs. permaculture

- Food & biodiversity, not just for the Human kin

- Invasive species & non-native species

- A more inclusive definition of "preppers"

- No it is not a return to being a caveman or hunter-gatherer

- How to restore kinship across the political and social spectrum

- The necessity to embrace the changes we are in as a collective

- The potential new, innovative, and also ancient solutions.

- What you can do to help

- And more...

The Poor Prole’s Almanac is a project dedicated to developing a framework for an ecology-centered vision of the world after capitalism inevitably collapses. 

Our focus is to make ecology and agriculture accessible, replicable locally, and to highlight examples of resilience in history & people actively developing those systems in real time.

If the idea of building a better, sustainable world in which humans drive positive change through our relationship with nature across the  planet, then this event and project is for you.

Andy is an accountant, farmer, writer, and spends his free time focused on food sovereignty, through a variety of formal and informal institutions. While the host and primary researcher for the Poor Proles Almanac, he also co-hosts Tomorrow, Today, The Gastropocene miniseries, and he’s currently in the process of authoring three books through Bread  & Roses Press.

Andy’s also the founder of the Proles Network, which currently hosts four podcasts and more coming.

Andy can be found scouring New England looking for lost cultivars of nut trees and restoring ecosystems he may or may not have legal access to.

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