RGB in the News
Thanks especially to the Owen Sound Sun Times, Owen Sound Hub, Bayshore Broadcasting, Blackburn News for initial support with the launch of Regenerate Grey Bruce, but also to all the local media who've reported on the project since the project unveiling in March 2022.
- GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT - Kincardine News here (March 4, 2022)
- GROWING MOMENTUM - Owen Sound Hub here (December 2, 2022)
- DIALOGUE CIRCLES - Collingwood Today here (December 23, 2022)
- SEED COLLECTORS NEEDED - Meaford Independent here (March 27, 2023)
- MIYAWAKI TINY FOREST - Owen Sound Sun Times here (Sept 18, 2023)
You can also read local news at the Sustainability Project blog here.
- Training materials for learning about landscape regeneration here
- Inspiring resources, movies, courses, and reads here
- Workbees mean learning by doing. If you want to host or participate in a workbee click here
In our public access folder here, you'll be able to read about:
- Intergenerational Guide for Collaboration
- RGB Conflict Guide
- Presentation/Slide Deck
- Attributes/Characteristics of Grey Bruce Emerging Landscape Narrative of Hope
- Native Plant Supply Chain
- Tiny Forests + Bioswales
- Workbees for immersive Experiences
- Background report - Towards a New Landscape Narrative
- Newsletter #1: Project Update + Essay: Theory of Change & Landscape Narrative, is available here
- Newsletter #2: Project Update + Essay: Native Plant Value Chains, is available here
More Regenerator Newsletters are coming, just contact us to receive them!
Tiny Forest Newsletters
With generous support and a TON of community volunteers, Regenerate Grey Bruce has installed a Miyawaki Forest in Wiarton, at Peninsula Shores District School (PSDS).
- Our first Wiarton Miyawaki Forest Newsletter, announcing the project, is available here
- Our second Newsletter, about the concept, is here
- Our third Newsletter, halfway through planting, is here
- Our fourth Newsletter, post-planting and studying it, is here
- One more Miyawaki Forest Newsletter, studying it's growth, is here
Remember, the goal of RGB now is to amplify this emerging narrative we've uncovered, the collective and individual stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, acted out in real time through our decisions and actions. You can take action by:
PLANT (POLLINATORS and NATIVE SPECIES): Addressing barriers community members face in regenerating their surrounding landscapes i.e. planting native plants; supporting a regional native plant supply chain; and, bringing together nursery owners, farmers and seed collectors, etc.
SHARE (YOUR STORY): Publishing, Highlighting and Inviting more stories into the emerging narrative to i.e. Regeneration Stories, Presentations, StoryMap, Social Media, Signage/Messaging, etc.
INSPIRE (TO JOIN): Directly inviting friends, family, co-workers, etc. to join the work i.e. Theory of Change, Guide for Intergenerational Collaboration, YCAC collaboration, Wiarton Tiny Forest Collaboration, RGB Seed Collectors, etc.