Following the Learning Journey we’ll aim to develop a programme of live projects:
Interventions that test Bioregioning practices in shaping the social values we need to respond to ‘bigger than self’ challenges.
We’ll do this through action research in communities and localities.
Projects that examine where Bioregioning can drive innovation of ‘public goods’ and sustainable trade.
We’ll do this by helping on the ground modelling of sustainable trade and development in Bioregional activity.
Activities that develop learning around new ways of organising for Bioregioning and explores how to better organise public, private and community resources to tackle the challenges we face.
We’ll do this through pilots that help develop rapid learning, what we’re calling ‘Bioregioning Imagination Camps’.