The Wave: #RegenPollination
A tenet of RASA's theory of the case to accelerate regeneration is that we need to strengthen our social network of regenerative allies.

Regeneration Pollination is a simple device - online speed networking - to help introduce and reinforce relationships between people working towards our regenerative future.

We are working to create a regular schedule of #RegenPollination events alternating between Friday mornings on the West Coast (hoping to attract Europe & Africa) and Wednesday evenings on the West Coast (hoping to attract Australia, New Zealand and the Eastern hemisphere).

We are excited to have a growing community of network co-hosts to cross-connect with: 
The next session is on Friday, September 18, 2020 at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT.

During these one-hour "drop-in" sessions, you will participate in one-on-one video chats so you can meet new people, discover new networks and projects, trade ideas, start relationships and generally strengthen the network making our regenerative future a reality.

Please share with your communities, connect to the calendar of upcoming sessions, and introduce us to any interested co-hosts - the more the merrier.

See you Friday!
Designers of Paradise
We are proud to announce Designers of Paradise  and our sponsor Mind & Media have been awarded the 2020 Communicator’s Award of excellence for podcasts. Congratulations to Erik, Aldo and the team! 
Amber Smith found a community of support that helped her through failure and allowed an eventual transformation on her ranch. Plus, sweat lodge.

Composting with friends helped Josh Whiton realize that being kind to the planet could lead to a change in consciousness.

One Last Thing
The Weird Way Flamingos Eat
A moment of zen courtesy of The San Diego Zoo and a bunch of hungry flamingos. (2.5')

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.