Small Works of Art in the Forest

A mandala forms the center of the table (and color palette) during our nature art workshop at Yangjae Citizen's Forest in South Korea. (Image by SocieCity)

Posted October 28, 2017

Making art in a South Korean forest! No need to buy art supplies here, the forest gives us all the colors we need…

That Feeling I Can’t Describe

Posted November 18, 2015

It’s something I can’t describe or explain to people, but it’s in your film…

Threshing Rice in Hongcheon

Posted November 17, 2015

It was rice threshing time, and it reminded me how beautiful and amazing this place is.

Women (could) Run the World

Posted November 16, 2015

When Kaori paints a picture of the world’s most powerful woman, she’s wearing an apron…

A Nature School in Busan

Posted November 15, 2015

The leaves in these parts are finally bursting out into brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows as we head into the final leg of our Korean tour.

Farm, City, and City Farm

Suwon Citizen's Farm

Posted October 23, 2015

Highlights from a few screening events that typify the audiences and places we’ve been reaching out to so far in South Korea…

South Korea Tour Schedule

Posted October 20, 2015

We have about thirty events and screenings coming up in Korea, follow us during our screening tour this Fall!

A Garden of Mother Nature

Posted October 30, 2013

Suhee recounts her recent visit to harvest natural rice with American and Korean volunteers…

Final Straw Event Recap: Seoul

Posted March 18, 2013

Suhee and I produced a lecture in Seoul this month, partly to raise awareness for The Final Straw, and partly to spread knowledge about natural farming concepts… but it was also a chance to connect with the city, to tell the story of what on earth natural farming has to do with office workers and […]

The Final Straw Project

Posted July 27, 2012

The Final Straw is a project which sets out to both examine and further the art of Natural Farming as practiced in Japan and Korea, where it has taken shape as a philosophy of respect for nature, rather than just a technical farming methodology.