The Wave: Regeneration Pollination
"There's going to be an 'after'", pointed out Erik van Lennep during a recent RASA meeting. The regenerative world we're working towards is urgent and the moment more amenable to this future than we imagined. He concluded, "We should engage - it is more pertinent than ever." And so we shall.

Tomorrow, join us for Regeneration Pollination -- online "speed networking" to create new and stronger relationships amongst regenerative colleagues and allies. Make sure to register to join the one hour session (come for as much as you want) on April 30, 2020 at 9am PDT.

Relationship building and strengthening the global network of people and organizations who are working towards a regenerative future is central to our effort to accelerate our progress. 

Please, share this invitation with your colleagues and across other channels and networks you belong to. Let's be better connected so we can better engage.

Designers of Paradise
Meet the Designers of Paradise - people changing how we produce our food, care for our soil and water, protect our climate, and imagine our future.  Please subscribe, support, and share.
Sara Wolcott is a healer, minister, artist, and storyteller. She (and a turkey) joined  Erik van Lennep to discuss the process of regeneration, healing, and search for the divine, and more.

“It is sticky and attracts particulates” is how Bruce Kania of Floating Island International explains the biofilm that serves as the glue for the floating islands his company produces.

One Last Thing
Do octopuses dream iridescent dreams?  A snippet from a Nature special on PBS. (2' video)

In Closing
We are early in the process of defining what it means to build a regenerative society. While the terminology will continue to evolve, we're convinced the ideas are directionally correct. We are studying, testing, plotting, and building interest, support, and resources.

Thus this newsletter, which will come out periodically with information about RASA - narrating our work - along with brief observations and links to related materials exploring innovation and the regenerative economy.

With effort, and a bit of luck, we hope support for these concepts becomes a wave sweeping the world! Check out the archive to see if this newsletter is right for you (or a friend).

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Thanks to Lobineau for the picture of the Wave in Arizona used in the header.