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The Bioregional Education Guild is a working association that aims to restore cultural relationship with place and regenerate ecosystems by cultivating knowledge, skills and abilities in our communities.
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Reply To: Open Space planning: Bioregional Learning and Education
For the people involved in the discussion on the open space after the group formation meeting on Dec 28th, here’s a quick update from a meeting I just had with Jon Ramer.
The network he’s involved with, One World, is in part an impact hub where social innovators can propose a mission to be accepted and supported in various ways. In the regenerate Cascadia meeting we talked about having only people from Cascadia host sessions unless otherwise invited, and that the Bioregional Education page can be a place for folks to land their forward momentum after the sessions. A question arising now is how can we synergize the opportunity for forward momentum to be directed to both the RC website and the one world mighty network?
"to create the conditions for a regenerative movement to thrive."