Celebrating and Leveraging What’s Possible with Place-Friendly Landscapes that Reconnect and Regenerate People, Communities, and Their Watersheds
This talk will be peppered with juicy examples from around the globe of people and landscapes striving to collaborate with the unique potentials and essence of their place and community in a way that lifts the health and potential of all. Though this presentation is more than a celebration; it is also a challenge. Since Bay-Friendly efforts have influenced policy and practices state-wide and beyond, and will continue to do so, we will envision how to further lift the power and potential of what is possible with place-regenerating principles and practices that simultaneously work in nested contexts such as home, neighborhood, watershed, and world.
(not a cohousing-focussed event, but Brad has documented rainwater programs at cohousing communities.. and this type of permaculture design is essential for community)
BAY-AREA FOLKS: On April 28, I'll once again be speaking in San Francisco as a guest of Bay-Friendly Landscaping & Gardening Coalition.
During my talk, while I will celebrate good works of good folks around the world working capably for the common good—I will also aim to inspire and challenge us all to GO FURTHER, lifting the power and potential of what is possible with place-regenerating principles and practices that simultaneously work in nested contexts such as home, neighborhood, watershed, and world.
Learn more at Brad's Harvesting Rainwater site:
Sponsored by Bay-Friendly Landscaping and Garden Coalition: