Regenerating Place: Whole-Systems Design and Planning with Joel Glanzberg
Date(s) - July 27, 2019
Time - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This is a third-party event not organised by Permablitz. We've added it because we reckon it looks pretty good!
Location - VEG HQ
Come join internationally renowned permaculture designer, systems thinker, and regnerative practitioner Joel Glanzberg for this one day workshop at VEG HQ in Brunswick, Melbourne. If you come, it is probable how you think and work with living systems will never be the same again.
You can book here.
Facilitator: Joel Glanzberg (with support from VEG’s Dan Palmer)
Cost: $160 full price per person. Earlybird price till June 15 $140 per person. If booking as part of a couple or group is special price of $130 per person regardless of when you book.
Venue: VEG Warehouse, 1a Fallon St Brunswick
Times: 9am – 5pm
Food: Bring your own lunch (or are plenty of nearby cafes) and we’ll provide morning and afternoon teas (though if you are after good coffee then best take a 1m walk also :-)).
In this workshop, we will dive deep into living, regenerative design processes, learning how we can understand the unique identity of any system. Working in this way awakens a deep and caring sense of place that transforms how we see humans as partners in the ongoing evolution of living systems. Together we can improve the quality of life for all species as we co-create a vision for our built and natural landscapes and our communities by embracing the health of the whole, not just the pieces. As part of this day Joel will share examples of his work as a principal of Regenesis Group.
Hear Joel and Dan in conversation in this Making Permaculture Stronger podcast episode.
About Joel Glanzberg
A principal of Regenesis Group, Joel contributes over 25 years of experience as an applied naturalist to land and community development projects throughout the United States. An active author and educator in the fields of permaculture and ecological design, Joel is skilled in cross-cultural communication and teaching. He has taught throughout the United States as well as in Africa and South America, and worked with a variety of Native American tribes and communities. His diverse client base includes communities, colleges and universities, government agencies, and private developers. Learn more about Joel’s work at his website Pattern Mind.
Check out a PDF example of Joel’s writing here and see this vid about his permaculture demonstration site: