Many of our 2020 camp experiences have been postponed due to the Covid-19 virus. We look forward to continue the gatherings when it is safe to do so. Please check our website or subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates. We commend the efforts by so many of us to limit the spread of the virus and send deep thanks to the healthcare workers across the globe taking care of those most affected. We see our work of bringing balance back to ecosystems as more important than ever. Our team is busy building our organizational capacity during this time so that we can share the message of regenerative land management even further. We are grateful for your support and look forward to seeing you at camp in the future.
Explore the inner workings of some of the world’s most inspiring ecosystem restoration projects and techniques, and use this knowledge to create a plan for how to restore an ecosystem close to your heart.
You will learn from 16 ecosystem restoration practitioners and cover a range of topics about natural ecosystem restoration, agricultural, urban, and ecosystem restoration business models. In the end of the course you will develop your own restoration plan for an ecosystem of your choice.
Start date: 18 January 2021
Module 1 start date: 1 February 2021
Module 2 start date: 15 March 2021
Module 3 start date: 26 April 2021
Module 4 start date: 7 June 2021
Module 5 start date: 17 July 2021
Learn from the experiences of world class practitioners such as Alan Watson Featherstone from Trees for Life, Neal Spackman from the Al Bayda Project, and Simon Moolenaar from the Commonland Foundation.
Available until September 30, 2020 - Use discount code G-ERC202120 at check out
Available until November 30, 2020 - Use discount code G-ERC202115 at check out
Individual modules can be selected (minimum 3 modules)
This course is different because it covers a much broader number of topics (16 in total), and involves 16 teachers, rather than one or two. We don’t have the resources to invest in creating this course without it being something people pay for, and we couldn’t have gotten buy in from the teachers without paying them for their time.
Our course covers the basics of a broad range of ecosystem restoration and regenerative agriculture techniques. Each lesson teaches you a range of techniques that that particular teacher has used in their own restoration project. There is then a host of additional learning materials that you can delve into if you want to go more in depth.
There is a facilitator with you that supports you through the course. The course takes 6 months to complete, with one module lasting one month, and each lesson (4 per month), each week. Each lesson lasts an hour, and then whatever time you want to spend on doing the extra reading. Module 1 will run from May 15th – June 25th, M2, June 20th – July 20th, M3, July 25th – August 25th, M4, July 30th – August 30th, and M5 – September 5th – November 5th.
Your finances go to paying the course teachers for their time and expertise, and then once they’ve been paid, directly to the movement to support the camps with what they need. The true value of the course is that you get to learn from the world’s best ecosystem restoration practitioners, direct from their personal experiences of restoring every single type of landscape there is.
Your financial contributions to this course will also support our ecosystem restoration camps around the world to continue restoring their landscapes, economies and communities.
All of the lessons are prerecorded, so you can take the course from anywhere in the world, no matter the timezone.