Online workshop – Think like a Forest 9 January 2021

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Think like a Forest.

What can nature teach us about working together 

Saturday 9 January 2021   Via Zoom*

2.30 to 4.00    price £12  Workshop tutor: Samantha Woods

Overview:

We know that forests survive and thrive because trees, fungi and other organisms collaborate,  and have developed effective means of communication and mutual co-operation.

In this interactive workshop we will explore principles derived from nature and how we can learn from them in a real and practical way for group settings.

This workshop is particularly relevant to

  • anyone who works as part of a group
  • community groups
  • workplaces
  • activist groups
  • social enterprises

Come engaged, up for some thinking and prepared to join in with the group.

*Zoom is a video platform that is easy to use and we’ll send out more details about how to access the course and use the platform nearer the time.

Cost:  £12 payable in advance. Places are limited.

  •  A limited number of places for students and people with low income (under 15K) are available at £7.
  • Sorry there are no refunds available for this course, but if you are unable to attend please get in touch and we will try and accommodate you on a future workshop.

If you would like to take this workshop with a view to going onto the Think like a Tree programme there are more details here.

You can also turn your passion for nature into a career by becoming a Think like a Tree facilitator.

Samantha Woods has many years experience as a facilitator, including as a permaculture teacher and more recently as a Think like a Tree facilitator. She has a huge amount of experience working within community groups, including Transition Leicester as founder, group member, trainer and much more. She holds a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design.  Samantha has been involved in social enterprises, including a housing co-operative, community supported agriculture and a green energy company.  As part of her voluntary simplicity Samantha doesn’t own a house or car and is part of a car-sharing co-op. She currently works for TCV (The Conservation Volunteers) where she advises and supports a wide variety of different groups and organisations.

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Ticket type

Workshop, Workshop low income