Bioregional GreenWorks is a permaculture business that GIVES BACK while simultaneously growing a network of change-makers working in cooperation. We co-operate through the permaculture lens of 'People Care + Earth Care + Future Care/Fair Share' assisting individuals, projects, organisations as well as government and private entities around the world move beyond sustainability and into high positive-impact abundance.

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Increasing Healthy Food Security and Regenerative Water Security while Growing Economic Opptys in CA

  In some respects, Los Angeles, California paves the way toward tremendous opportunity—prosperity, even—for some of its population. And yet, despite economic triumphs and landmarks praised around the world, a staggering 1.5 million(+) L.A. county residents live without their basic food needs being met, as food insecurity continues to skyrocket -  [40%] in recent years. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way; immediate solutions do not require billions of dollars and rocket science-level initiatives. They require nature-based ACTION. While limited access to healthy, nutrient-dense foods is merely one of many challenges facing Los Angeles County today, Bioregional GreenWorks deems it critical that this issue attain immediate, appropriately measured attention followed by proactive engagement. This region...

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Welcome to Our Blog!

Our members have been working non-stop to get our foundation laid properly to ensure that we are in a position to help the most people as possible while not duplicating efforts or wasting resources. We thank everyone for their support thus far! In launching this blog, it's probably a good idea to dedicate our first few blog posts to helping you understand the inspiration behind why we started Bioregional GreenWorks. We'll be doing some of our own filming soon but to begin with, we're going to share some information and videos from our teachers, mentors and others who we've learned from and were inspired by along the way. Had our paths not crossed with these changemakers, Bioregional GreenWorks may not...

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