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Social Design and Community Collaboration with Robin Clayfield and Kym Chi
July 5 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$25 - $35
Social Design and Community Collaboration
with Robin Clayfield and Kym Chi
July 5th – 6pm – 9pm
Roberts Creek, BC
Social design using the Permaculture Principles become especially valuable and inspiring when used to design our groups, learning environments and social systems. When groups work effectively and harmoniously together towards a common aim and purpose each individual benefits as well as the collective whole.
Robin Clayfield is an internationally acclaimed facilitator, author and mentor travelling all the way from Australia to share her experience. With Kym Chi she brings her passion for creating positive social change through the development and nurturing of effective, dynamic and cooperative groups.
Join us for a specially designed evening and enjoy a unique exploration of Social Permaculture and dynamic group culture in action. As Robin and Kym share their expertise, passion and experience, you will be supported in learning how to better care for yourself, your family, your groups and the world.
- Be introduced to valuable skills in:
- Group ecology, dynamics and empowerment.
- Team-working skills and interactive experience
- Applying Permaculture principles to social design and social change
- Creating effective groups
$25 early bird (until June 21st)
$35 (after June 21st)
Includes light refreshments
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Robin Clayfield is a Permaculture Pioneer and international educator, group facilitator and author with over 30 years experience specializing in Social Permaculture, creative, interactive facilitation, teacher training and group leadership while living Permaculture, Deep Ecology and social change. She has written books, a training manual and many kits, card games and resources to support educators, facilitators, group decision makers and community workers. She has lived at Crystal Waters EcoVillage for over 30 years and consults for individuals, intentional communities and organizations globally. She supports people and groups who work for ‘the solution’ to be more effective, successful and empowered through harvesting solutions, fostering collaboration and using ‘Dynamic Group’ work and creative problem solving.
Kym Chi is a dedicated advocate of earth stewardship, people care and regenerative action for future resilience. To date; Kym has received 3 certificates in Permaculture Design, completed multiple teacher trainings, taken a variety of advanced trainings and completed a Diploma in Permaculture Education. Kym wishes to inspire creative self expression and value centred living to enrich and create healthy, abundant habitats and communities. With a focus on Social Permaculture, Kym mentors others on their life path and focusses on ways to support organizations and communities to become more cohesive and resilient. She lives on the West Coast of Canada where she is a community builder, creative facilitator, mentor, medicine woman and artist.