Regenerating Place: Whole-Systems Design and Planning

Spillian Workshop #2: Goal-Setting and Initial Concept

30 April – 02 May 2018

Spillian is a 33 acre historic estate, built by the Fleischmanns Yeast Family in the 1880’s as part of a summer retreat. Crowned by a museum-quality stick style mansion, embraced by the Catskills Forest, it now is the home of a center created to help people imagine past what they think is possible. 7group has been engaging with the place and its current owners to develop a master plan. Join us as we co-create the plan.

As Spillian continues their master planning effort aimed at guiding its future evolution, all those interested in learning how to engage regenerative design and development are invited to participate in an extraordinary workshop series that will be facilitated by 7group’s John Boecker and our associate from Regenesis, Joel Glanzberg, at a superb historic Catskills center for creativity and possibility. Join us as we leap into the power of place-sourced imagining. This second in a series of three workshops will be held from Monday afternoon thru Tuesday afternoon, 30 April – 02 May 2018.

In order to realize its full potential, the regenerative planning process must build our ableness to think systemically and holistically about whole living systems and our role in transforming those systems. The planning process at Spillian is being conceived as an instrument for developing regenerative thinking among all of us, as members of communities, and is designed to build the capacity and capability of all participants and stakeholders to think regeneratively.

This session is also being offered in conjunction with Seeing with Nature’s Mind: Problem Evolving for a Living World. Here is your opportunity to join 7group for a full immersion in, and exposure to, the regenerative work we have been engaging for the past 10 years.

For more information or to register click here. To join the conversation visit the Facebook event page.

. . . or contact John Boecker at boecker@sevengroup.com.

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