Facilitated by Regenesis Group
Sponsored by Friends of the Mad River
The Mad River Valley community faces challenges and an uncertain future. We have an opportunity to try a new way to imagine and create our community’s sustainable future so that it is more sustainable, resilient, and just.
Friends of the Mad River has worked for 30 years to support healthy land, clean water, and a vibrant community. We are excited to focus on the whole community and bring Bill Reed and Joel Glanzberg of Regenesis Group to facilitate an interactive, innovative 2-part workshop that explores the role regenerative thinking can play in envisioning and building the future of the Mad River Valley.
Regenesis Group has worked for over two decades to bring together leaders in the worlds of business planning and organizational development and the fields of permaculture and ecological design. The result is a unique approach to community planning that works to develop a common language, shared understanding, and mutual commitment to who we are in this place and what we can become together. The philosophy is grounded in the idea that human activity can be a source of health and regeneration, rather than destruction and degradation.
Bring your curiosity, your experience, and your commitment to build a thriving community here at home. Share the stories that speak to you about this place and help shape a future for all to enjoy and love. The workshop will take place over two Zoom meetings and will be a conversation that explores the vital roles we have as a part of an ecologically healthy and thriving Mad River Valley community. Your voice is important.
Let’s work together and try a new approach to land use, community development, and the built environment that recognizes our place in the systems we depend on.
We can’t chart the course to a better future without you – get involved.