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Two weeks living and working in Auroville taught Whitman’s students important lessons in sustainability and reducing their ecological footprint, but they came away from the experience with much more. (Read Part I of this article for more about their experience.) Throughout their stay, the students kept journals, committing their thoughts, ideas, impressions, and experiences to paper. Following are excerpts from the journals that the students have generously shared with Plymouth Magazine.
Editor’s note: Steve Whitman is already planning his next sustainability field study course for May and June of 2009 at Crystal Waters Ecovillage in Australia. The three-week course will focus on permaculture planning as an approach to sustainability.
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