Paul and Terra
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Paul and Terra's partnership has been a commitment to integrity since 2001. Ever connected to their basic needs, they reaffirm their connection to the whole ecology that supports their lives. This ecological integrity allows their partial extraction from the violent and oppressive economic systems they are determined to uproot.



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This is sometimes mundane


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This is sometimes romantic

Through years of cooperation and by rejecting many of the default conditions and stories of civilized modernity, Paul and Terra have succeeded in constructing a living system at their home in Georgia, USA that produces most of their basic needs. They live with their daughter Zinnia in a sculpture they have built from mud, trees, garbage, and more. They are continually engaged (sometimes awkwardly) in a dance between their values and the constraints of modern civilization. They acknowledge that what success they've had is undoubtedly aided by privilege, and they are committed to providing space, expertise, or other aid to people seeking either asylum from violent and oppressive systems, or to build their own havens from these systems. They are also committed to protect at-risk populations and ecologies however they can.



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Paul Feather is an animist farmer and writer. His work presents an ecological perception—some version of which he believes necessary for human survival—and explores his family's relationship to systemic injustice.

Terra Currie is a natural builder, nature educator, performance and multi-medium artist, yogi, gardener, author, and editor. She is re-envisioning what it means—locally and globally—to be a woman, a mother, a wife, a human in an age of crisis.

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Paul and Terra