by Hannah Mitchell, Bloom Whangarei, New Zealand
An example of the kinds of things we can be doing to transform narratives around climate change, is helping design “how-to” guides for our local communities, on putting into practise hands-on regenerative practises that will help the bio-region. In this way, the public become more informed in a way that allows them to take practical action in their own backyard.
There are often local funding sources you can tap into to help alleviate the costs in making these kinds of things.
Here is an example of an application I submitted earlier in the year, a proposal around Urban Soil Regeneration.
“Sharing soil wisdom to regenerate the health of urban soils, creating quality soils for growing, and contributing to flood mitigation and carbon sequestration in urban areas.”
Bloom Network is about sharing this kind of ideas, information and applications with each other, so that we can learn faster about the possibilities of installing regenerative projects into our bio-regions.