on reimagining a stewardship path that better serves our home and on Oct. 29 for tours of local regeneration projects. These events are part of
. With stops in 14 different locations around the Salish Sea, this tour will serve as a kick-off to Regenerate Cascadia’s efforts to initiate a bioregionalism movement in Cascadia and will be capped by an online Bioregional Summit scheduled for early November.
The presentation on the 28th will feature Joe Brewer, internationally renowned for his work in regeneration and bioregionalism, community artist and weaver Clare Attwell, and Brandon Letsinger, founder of Cascadia Now! and the Department of Bioregion (of which Regenerate Cascadia is a project).
Joe Brewer is a global leader in bioregional regeneration and system complexity. He is a transdisciplinary scholar with a background in both earth sciences and cognitive sciences. He’s an inspiring speaker and leading-edge systems complexity thinker.
He will lead a series of conversations, workshops and presentations to weave, highlight and empower amazing place-based networks, innovations and on-the-ground work happening across watersheds in the Cascadia bioregion.
Sponsored by Regenerate Cascadia and Transition Whatcom.
Co-sponsored by the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, Inspiration Farm, Edaphos Wildlife Sanctuary, River Farm, Kulshan Carbon Trust, RE Sources, Whatcom Conservation District, Sustainable Bellingham and the Multifaith Network for Climate Justice.