Pat has been has been facilitating Deep Ecology and the Work that Reconnects workshops, and giving talks, trainings and webinars in a number of countries over some 40 years. She’s a plantswoman, musician, writer and poet, and her writing includes co-authoring ‘Thinking like A Mountain – towards a Council of All Beings’ with John Seed, Joanna Macy and Arne Naess, and contributing a chapter to the recent book ‘A Wild Love for the World – Joanna Macy and the Work of our Time’. She has been a student of zen Buddhism with Buddhist Peace Fellowship co-founder Robert Aitken Roshi.
Pat has recently moved with her partner to live in northern Lutruwita (Tasmania) and loves being part of this country and finding community. She respects the traditional Pakana owners as the custodians of the northern Lutruwita country where she lives, and also all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people across the whole nation. She recognises their continuing connection to this land, water systems and community, and acknowledges that sovereignty was never ceded. To learn more about Pat and her work please visit her profile page here: