Social Permaculture in Action: Ecological Design for People, Organizations, and Movements
What if the solutions to a thriving, equitable society were right in front of us - and we just needed to change our perspective to see them? Join award-winning author and facilitator Adam Brock as we apply the ecological design framework of permaculture to catalyze our existing work as activists, healers and entrepreneurs.
In this half-day workshop based around Adams brand-new book "Change Here Now", we'll uncover age-old practices, apply ecological insights, and learn to take a design approach to help our movements thrive. This workshop is appropriate for both self-identified permaculturalists and those who have never heard the term all are welcome!
Adam Brock is a Denver-based facilitator, entrepreneur and designer working at the intersection of urban agriculture, sustainable business, and social change. As co-founder and co-director of The GrowHaus, Adam helped transform an abandoned half-acre greenhouse in Colorado's most polluted zip code into an award-winning hub for economic empowerment through urban agriculture. Adam is a co-chair of Denvers Sustainable Food Policy Council, a TEDxMileHigh speaker, and has been named one of "Colorado's Top Thinkers" by the Denver Post. In addition to his solo facilitation and consulting work, Adam serves as Director of Social Enterprise at Joining Vision and Action, Denver's premier consulting firm for social change organizations.
The Brooklyn Commons (View)
388 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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