These people joined the "fertile disobedience" movement to protect nature

Building societies that respect living things instead of destroying them. That's the idea behind the "fertile disobedience" movement. And it's the life that Jonathan and Caroline have chosen to raise their children. 🌿 Brut Nature visited their cabin.

06/11/2019 10:48 AM
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  • Mrayan M.
    09/03/2019 10:33

    Very nice lovely picture

  • Stefanie A.
    09/01/2019 08:29

    is this you guys in the future? Taking sustainability to the extreme!

  • Bradford B.
    08/30/2019 05:34

    Shannon Greenberg you could do this

  • Bernard B.
    08/27/2019 15:31

    Is the Baby going to attend School and Church in the future?

  • Chenghan G.
    08/26/2019 23:52

    Hey did u see Barry Manilow at 2:17? 😜

  • Adrien G.
    08/26/2019 09:44

    première fois j'entends parler du Limousin dans une vidéo j'suis ému

  • Ahmed A.
    08/26/2019 03:23

    Leyli Leyli

  • Brandon P.
    08/25/2019 20:07

    To much posibility of disease. Rebel!

  • Kristina C.
    08/25/2019 17:23

    the commune! lol

  • Berber B.
    08/25/2019 13:36


  • Jaimee v.
    08/25/2019 09:14

    I’d rather slit my wrist right now than having to live in nature. Nature is fabulous: on a fucking tv screen!

  • Christopher S.
    08/25/2019 08:12

    Here in America the gestapo will kill you if you try to live like this.

  • SE D.
    08/25/2019 06:19

    Great... Some people can not imagine and understand what they saying.... We are a part of nature, we are not the owner of nature....

  • Matt M.
    08/25/2019 05:03

    Only possible with such a beautiful wife ... property rights are nothing to mess with

  • Lucy B.
    08/24/2019 23:09

    Where are they? Bamboo is not native here in East Tennessee. But we can live and care for the land here too

  • Rline W.
    08/24/2019 23:07

    Back to the stone age!! I am surprised that they are not wearing clothes made of leaves and figs!😂😂 By the way, do they own the land they live on, or are they squatters? Do they pay taxes or do they live free as the birds?😉😊 Also, will they be camping for the rest of their lives or is this temporary?🤔

  • Susan W.
    08/24/2019 21:22

    I always wear a skirt while foraging for Nettles 🤦‍♀️

  • Julia G.
    08/24/2019 21:10


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  • Justin B.
    08/24/2019 19:43

    They obviously have to buy the property they live on, right? Or they would have been kicked out. Not to mention property taxes, and other things.