REGENERATIVE DESIGN & SOCIAL PERMACULTURE *
EDUCATION, CURRICULUM DESIGN, & CULTURE SHIFT CONSULTING
Abrah Dresdale is a visionary educator and community leader who is passionate about catalyzing change with the tools of regenerative design.
As an educational consultant, she approaches program and curriculum development from a whole-systems framework, making connections between the personal, social, ecological, and economic dimensions of any project.
She guides learners of all ages, facilitates community engaged projects, and provides
educational consulting for institutions, organizations, and communities of practice.
Abrah is the founding Director of Regenerate Change: A Recipe for Social Alchemy.
* PERMACULTURE = Permanent Culture ---> A body of work that looks to the past for traditional earth based threads necessary for cultural restoration AND that weaves together contemporary cutting edge frameworks for cultural regeneration.
VISION: Each of us, coordinated as a community of practice, yet working at our respective nodes within the wider ecosystem, can evolve our capacities for a connected culture shift. Together, we can design a Regenerative Culture of justice and ecological reciprocity to leave as our collective legacy for the future of our planet.
"There are beautiful, wild forces in us.
Let them turn the mills inside and fill sacks that will feed even heaven."
- Saint Francis of Assisi
Let us harness these forces and prepare our colleges and prisons, our non-profit organizations, our visionary change makers with the tools of regenerative design so that we may transform our culture from one of degeneration to one of renewal while we learn to how to rejuvenate our own selves and our personal spheres of relationships.
Workshops, Trainings, & Presentations in topics such as:
tools for social permaculture & systems change
food justice & food sovereignty
Jewish agricultural traditions & earth-based practices
re-localizing food systems & regional economies
climate change adaptation, mitigation, & reversal
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