William DeMille – Georgics Revolution

In this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing William DeMille, who shared his insights about Georgics. Did you know that he helped develop the Georgics LEMI project? The project is named after the classic poem written by the Roman poet Virgil. It is an epic poem that celebrates the virtues of rural life, including farming, gardening, and animal husbandry.

According to William, Georgics is not just a poem but a way of life. It emphasizes the importance of having a connection with the land, understanding its cycles, and respecting the natural world. He also discussed the importance of kids playing and being in touch with nature. In today’s fast-paced world, children are spending more time indoors, which can lead to a disconnection from the natural world. William emphasized the importance of allowing children to play outside, explore, and connect with the environment around them. ere

William has a new book coming out soon and a webinar that he is doing for LEMI! If you’d like to register for the free webinar, go to https://lemi-u.com/event/georgics-revolution-with-william-demille/


The End of the World is Just the Beginning by Peter Zeihan
The New Commonwealth School by Tiffany Earl and Aneladee Milne
The 3-Day Effect: How Nature Calms Your Brain by Florence Williams

Check out William’s new book – Worry-Free Eating