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Regenerative 

Landscape Business Training

Webinar Series with Erik Ohlsen

Erik Ohlsen recently published a new book! The Ecological Landscape Professional has been really well received and Erik is just getting started!

At the end of May and early June, Erik offered a two-part webinar series on regenerative business development. The objective was to explore strategies for creating small businesses and organizations that build soil, capture water, grow food, steward the environment, and build community. Erik talked about social engagement strategies for building coalitions, partnering with diverse stakeholders, project management, and transforming your bio region through the work of your business or organization.  You can watch a replay of the training here AND you find some downloadable resources Erik curated to help you on your path of creating a regenerative landscape business. We hope this serves you.

For Our future

Regenerative business development is a powerful tool to facilitate the creation of right livelihoods for communities, while restoring landscapes at the same time.

Click Here to Download the Regenerative Landscape Business Social Engagement Mind Map: As Regenerative Landscape Professionals we can increase our impact and build our client base through community engagement and organizing. Education, inspiration, and community activation are our tools for transforming our communities and ecologies

Project Phasing Schedule Project scheduling and phasing is an incredible process for managing projects and the expectations of clients. The better you plan and phase, the more effective and efficient your project management will be.

DIVERSE

Build coalitions to empower your mission and drive your vision.

RESILIENT

Create systems to support your business that are nimble and adaptable.

STRATEGIES

Work smarter not harder. Design and develop strategies to grow your regenerative business.

This might be the most important work we do.

Regenerative business is critical to the health of our soils, our ecosystems, and our food. 

We can all do our part. The first step is gaining the knowledge and learning the skills to develop a regenerative business. 

Erik Ohlsen is eager to share what he has learned along the way.