Time: October 22, 2019 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Inspiration Farm
Street: 619 East Laurel Rd.
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/Insp…
Phone: 360 733-3541
Event Type: presentation, and, facilitated, discussion
Organized By: David MacLeod and Brian Kerkvliet
Latest Activity: Oct 22
Special guest visitor Joe Brewer will come to Inspiration Farm to discuss regenerative education and bioregional development with sustainability practitioners who gather. Bioregional regeneration is part of a global movement to regenerate the entire planet. We must restore health and resilience across various scales from local to global in the coming decades.
Joe writes of their travels and intentions:
"We are experimenting with ways to be of service as a family while we travel on this open-ended journey to discover how to live regeneratively.
One thing we are toying around with is to visit places where I have been asked to speak at gatherings on topics that serve the communities who host us.
...It is an honor to serve in such a simple way -- filling us with gratitude to be in the homes of lovely strangers as they become friends while sharing our learning journey with others as we struggle to find our way in the world.
Onward, fellow humans. "
Joe Brewer is currently Executive Director of the Center for Applied Cultural Evolution and served on the leadership team of the Regenerative Communities Network earlier this year. He writes regularly for Resilience.org and the Evolution Institute. In recent years, Joe has focused on advocating for an approach focused on "regeneration" as the core principle in the design of economic systems, communities, and educational systems. His work on culture design can be found at https://www.patreon.com/joe_brewer