Sociocracy + Permaculture: Short stories on community empowerment (Rhonda Baird)

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Description: Drawing on years of community organizing, permaculture education, nature connection, and sociocratic practice, Rhonda Baird will use short stories to illustrate how these tools reinforce each other to support our communities in shifting their systems and cultural tools. We will look at the problems each might help us to solve and where and how they can be used skillfully in the moment.

Bio: Rhonda Baird has been acquiring tools for cultural transformation and studying human history and systems for the past 25 years. She practices permaculture education and design, facilitation and community support through Sheltering Hills Design ( She lives in Bloomington, Indiana with her family and a tiny, but thriving garden

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