These are extraordinary times. The multiple converging crises we face mean that we must fundamentally redesign many of society’s essential systems, including the way we feed ourselves. System transitions take time (usually several decades), involve changes across the breadth of society, and affect the way we all connect with food, nature, and each other.
These grand challenges call us to use different tools and our creativity to design alternative pathways to a regenerative human presence on Earth. We work with our partners to explore possibilities for food systems transitions – what could these look like, and where might they take us?
Our contributions at this time may include:
- Network weaving and creative facilitation for enlightened group conversations,
- Food systems transition vision and strategy co-design,
- Food policy synthesis and participatory program development, implementation, and evaluation,
- Coaching, training, workshops, and food systems teaching,
- Food systems transitions research and writing.
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.
Robert Louis Stevenson