Susan Pettie
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  • Glenelg
  • United Kingdom
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Susan Pettie replied to Gill Musk's discussion Assets and the power of the narrative in the group Mapping Community Assets
"We've been working with the power of narrative and culture change in relation to low income thriving in an urban area. Though some say Govan is like an isolated island in the midst of the city. Govan Together was a collaborative climate change…"
May 28, 2012
Susan Pettie commented on Nick Wilding's blog post Can anyone offer advice around an area-wide planning process?
"very interesting x"
Jul 6, 2011
Karen Grant and Susan Pettie are now friends
Jun 15, 2011
Susan Pettie commented on Teresa Martínez's video
Jul 30, 2010
Susan Pettie commented on Teresa Martínez's blog post The Challenges of the Food System: What is the fuss with New Zealand apples?
"Great ideas, great news that Fife is listening, and so amazing you are there with the information to make it easier to change. We discussed this idea of something like food mutuals on a Highlands & Islands, Social Enterprise funded 'Rural…"
May 7, 2010
Susan Pettie and Paul Allen are now friends
Jan 31, 2010
Susan Pettie left a comment for Iain MacKinnon
"Hello Iain, Yes know DG well, been hanging out and working on the festival for the past two years. And Charlie i used to play with as a child, yep him and Catriona about to have new human being. Look forward to meeting in the Autumn, all the best…"
Aug 19, 2009
Iain MacKinnon left a comment for Susan Pettie
"Hi Susan. I like the shape of your plans in Glenelg, working the land, bringing stories to life, respecting infinite creation on a finite planet. You'll know DG and Charlie in Glenelg, I was in school with the pair of them... I believe Charlie…"
Aug 19, 2009

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Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
Working on culture change towards peace and sustainability, both in urban and rural communities. Live half and half between Glasgow and Glenelg - where i've just taken over the family croft. Plans for sustainable development education, living history and horticulture. Supporting grassroots cultural social enterprise such as www.dramsinthefield.com
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
Trained as a film maker originally, i then went through a process of self directed learning to work out what made sustainable communities. Now working with communities of place and interest on culture change towards peace and sustainability.
Website:
http://www.prophetscotland.co.uk

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At 10:31 on August 19, 2009, Iain MacKinnon said…
Hi Susan. I like the shape of your plans in Glenelg, working the land, bringing stories to life, respecting infinite creation on a finite planet. You'll know DG and Charlie in Glenelg, I was in school with the pair of them... I believe Charlie is about to become/has become a father. I don't know when I am next on Skye but I hope to be living back in Scotland come October (I'm in Ireland at the moment). So, if you are in Edinburgh in October or after, we could meet. Beannachd Leibh

Iain
At 11:23 on June 29, 2009, Nick Wilding said…
Hi Susan

Welcome into Fiery Spirits - just catching up after a couple of weeks of annual leave... once you've had a look at the site, let me know if there are some things you'd like to contibute (or just go straight ahead - coudl I suggest a blog post about your experiences on the rural leadership programme that you were telling me about when we met? I think that would spark quite some interest...). Also, please do invite some of your comrades from the course as you suggested - perhaps to help test some of the thinking you've all been doing in a wider forum?

best for now
nick

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