Based on Heather Menzies’ presentation at Camp Gabriola on August 26, 2016.
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I won’t go into what killed the commons. Nor will I risk being a romantic and nostalgic by suggesting that it always worked out well. And I certainly don’t want to suggest that we try to ‘go back.’ But we can learn from it. Because its practices and its ethos were distinctive – they are both alive and relevant today.