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 be embarking upon this people care/earth care journey to deliver ethical solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems.
Thank you for joining us here. We look forward to partnering with you in both large and small ways very soon! You can reach us anytime via our website contact page.
We're going to kick off our first blog post with 2 videos by Geoff Lawton. In the simplest terms, you can give credit to Geoff for making it possible for Bioregional GreenWorks to move from an idea into action. We'll elaborate more on that later.
We're including these 2 videos in our first blog post because what Geoff is explaining in these videos are fundamental to our work and we could not have said this better ouselves. Also, they may be some of the most important videos being circulated right now around food production and drought. Listen carefully and replay if you miss a word or two. We think both these videos are that important. If you are moved in any way after watching this videos, visit https://bioregionalgreenworks.com/pages/get-involved to get involved in what we're building. People Care + Earth Care + Future Care (return of surplus to the first two ethics) = Abundance + No One Left Behind