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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 May 23

We are on a sacred journey to regenerate the Colorado River and all of her tributaries across the mountains and deserts of the Southwest. In the last few days, we have visited two major watersheds that provide source waters to this massively important hydrological system.On Monday and Tuesday, we were in the town of Paonia helping weave dialogues about how to regenerate the North Fork of the Gunnison River. This is a landscape made famous by its breath-taking beauty and hard-working farming community.Major rivers that contribute to the main flow of the Colorado RiverWe have been in an active support role

We are on a sacred journey to regenerate the Colorado River and all of her tributaries across the mountains and deserts of the Southwest. In the last few days, we have visited two major watersheds that provide source waters to this massively important hydrological system.On Monday and Tuesday, we were in the town of Paonia helping weave dialogues about how


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 May 23

Imagine if regenerative efforts were organized around major landscape systemsTwo days ago, we visited where the Colorado River is born, as we embarked on a journey from headwaters in the Rocky Mountains to the Sea of Cortez. Our mission is to seed the dream of regeneration for the entire Colorado River¬†Basin.Yesterday we traveled through changing landscapes of incredible beauty‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Äätracking the river to feel with our bodies how it flows down from the mountains toward the deserts¬†below.A hundred miles from where it began, the Colorado River is already a massive flow of¬†waterWe are on a tour of ‚Äúbioregional activation‚ÄĚ to carry

Imagine if regenerative efforts were organized around major landscape systemsTwo days ago, we visited where the Colorado River is born, as we embarked on a journey from headwaters in the Rocky Mountains to the Sea of Cortez. Our mission is to seed the dream of regeneration for the entire Colorado River¬†Basin.Yesterday we traveled through changing landscapes of incredible beauty‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Äätracking the


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 May 23

Yesterday we visited the birthplace of the mighty Colorado River… high up in Rocky Mountain National Park where it begins at La Poudre Pass. We came here with a sacred mission: To feel the life of an entire river from headwaters to the sea and awaken the dream that the entire basin is regenerated in the future.It was incredible to feel the power of the Colorado so close to its origin. We walked onto the Colorado River Trail which begins 7.6 miles from the pass. Even at such close proximity to its beginnings, we could feel the water gushing and churning

Yesterday we visited the birthplace of the mighty Colorado River… high up in Rocky Mountain National Park where it begins at La Poudre Pass. We came here with a sacred mission: To feel the life of an entire river from headwaters to the sea and awaken the dream that the entire basin is regenerated in the future.It was incredible to feel


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 May 23

For those of you following our trip to Regenerate the Colorado River Basin, there will be a series of community events that you can join if you happen to be in the¬†area.Tuesday, May 23rd¬†:: Public Library in¬†PaoniaThis public event will include a presentation and interactive discussion sharing how Earth Regenerators work has evolved in Barichara, the North Fork Valley, and beyond since Joe‚Äôs first visit to Paonia last fall: funding approaches, the Design School for Regenerating Earth, a potential ‚ÄúRegenerate the Colorado‚ÄĚ watershed-wide summit in Paonia next year, applied Prosocial, and¬†more.We hope you can join¬†us!Location and Time:5:30 to 7:30 PM

For those of you following our trip to Regenerate the Colorado River Basin, there will be a series of community events that you can join if you happen to be in the area.Tuesday, May 23rd :: Public Library in PaoniaThis public event will include a presentation and interactive discussion sharing how Earth Regenerators work has evolved in Barichara, the North Fork Valley, and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 May 23

On May 19th, we embark upon a life-changing adventure to awaken the dream to regenerate the Colorado River Basin…The Colorado River is probably the most conflicted and challenging body of water in the world. It has a vast networks of dams to control its water flows and generate electricity or food for 30 million human inhabitants. Textbooks present this incredible river system as the standard example for how NOT to manage a river.It was famously divided into promised volumes of water to different states during a record decade of high precipitation. This means it is over allocated and has been since the

On May 19th, we embark upon a life-changing adventure to awaken the dream to regenerate the Colorado River Basin…The Colorado River is probably the most conflicted and challenging body of water in the world. It has a vast networks of dams to control its water flows and generate electricity or food for 30 million human inhabitants. Textbooks present this incredible river


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 May 23

When we opened the Design School for Regenerating Earth, our dream was to weave patterns of ecological and social restoration across entire landscapes‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Ääuntil they emerge as continental tapestries of regeneration. Right now this dream is expressing itself around four major regions of the¬†Earth:Cascadia in the northwestern part of North¬†America;The Great Lakes of North¬†America;The ‚ÄúGreat Turn‚ÄĚ of the Northern Andes in Colombia; andThe Colorado River Basin of the southwest in North¬†America.Our ambitious vision is to activate a Planetary Network of Bioregions with learning exchanges within and between them. This is fundamental to living out The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth.Right now,

When we opened the Design School for Regenerating Earth, our dream was to weave patterns of ecological and social restoration across entire landscapes‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Ääuntil they emerge as continental tapestries of regeneration. Right now this dream is expressing itself around four major regions of the¬†Earth:Cascadia in the northwestern part of North¬†America;The Great Lakes of North¬†America;The ‚ÄúGreat Turn‚ÄĚ of the Northern Andes in


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 May 23

I have a dream of bringing dead rivers back to¬†life.Those among us who are ready to devote our lives to regenerating the Earth must dare to dream beyond what feels possible today. On May 21st, two friends and I will embark upon a sacred journey to feel what it means to regenerate the Colorado River¬†Basin.Is this a crazy thing to do? Not by a long shot. The human world has gone insane and this feels healthier than sitting in the dysfunction all around us. We will start by visiting the major headwaters along the western slopes of the Rockies‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Äägathering gift

I have a dream of bringing dead rivers back to life.Those among us who are ready to devote our lives to regenerating the Earth must dare to dream beyond what feels possible today. On May 21st, two friends and I will embark upon a sacred journey to feel what it means to regenerate the Colorado River Basin.Is this a crazy thing to


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