Warren Brush:  Tracking Along the Edge

August 22nd, 8-9pm

Integrating nature education, permaculture design and pattern awareness in our quest for sustainability.  Click HERE for his presentation.

Join international nature educator, permaculture teacher, designer, mentor and storyteller, Warren Brush, for an inspiring sharing of stories and images that link nature education and the permaculture movement with our timely need for sustainable and equitable living.

In a world that desperately needs us to be caretakers and stewards of the ecologies that sustain us, we as nature educators are at the leading edge of inspiring a new depth of awareness in each of us and in our communities that will help to germinate a more sustainable culture.

Humanity has no choice but to look to the efficiencies of natural patterns for guidance in how to redesign our human support systems so that they are ecologically viable.  This talk will inspire us to look to nature education as an essential tool and basic training for the journey we must make as a species to consciously design our way into an equitable, stable and resilient future essentially making obsolete the root causes of climate change, ecological degradation, and social erosion.

Warren’s stories will bring to light a hopeful vision for generations to come that derives from his experiences and understandings gained from his lifelong work in mentoring youth in the wilderness, learning from indigenous elders and cultures, working with child soldiers and distressed communities globally and designing sustainable human living systems and settlements around the world.

“Permaculture is a holistic design science that is reflective of natural patterns and promotes mutually beneficial relationships rooted in ethics and principles that guide us to live in a  sustainable and equitable manner.  The concepts and themes in Permaculture help us rediscover how to be a positive contributor to the earth, ourselves and humanity.”

Warren Brush is a Permaculture designer and teacher as well as a mentor and storyteller. He has worked for over 25 years in inspiring people of all ages to discover, nurture and express their inherent gifts while living in a sustainable manner.  He is co-founder of Quail Springs Permaculture, Regenerative Earth Farms, Sustainable Vocations, Wilderness Youth Project, and his Permaculture design company, True Nature Design

He works extensively in Permaculture education and sustainable systems design in North America, Africa, Middle East, Europe, and Australia. He has devoted many years to mentoring youth and adults to inspire and equip them to live in a sustainable manner with integrity and a hopeful outlook.  His mentoring includes working with those who are former child soldiers, orphans, indigenous peoples, youth, young adults and families.

He teaches courses including: Wilderness Mentoring, Community Cohesion, Nature Awareness, Permaculture Design Certification, Rainwater Harvesting Systems, Ferro-Cement Tank Building, Compost Toilet Systems, Water for Every Farm, Drought Proofing, Ecological Restoration, Cultural Mentoring, Introduction to Permaculture Systems, Food Forestry, and origins skills among other offerings.