Tibetan Farm School

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"In September 1971, Michael Allaby wrote about a group of Tibetan people living in Wales. The Tibetans living in Wales were surrounding by a global society. In order to protect their identity the Tibetans practiced modes of subsistence agriculture at a farming school called the ‘Tibetan Farm School (STRIVE) Ltd.’" [1]

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  1. The Ecologist The Ecologist September 1971: the onslaught of globalisation, organizational web page, accessed January 6, 2013.