Seeds Events & Regenerative Education in Bali

Seeds Events & Regenerative Education in Bali

Growing the movement by bringing more people into SEEDS and educating them on the regenerative renaissance, the decentralized future and the evolution of money. This is in 2 parts: Part 1 - Events Hosting events that are designed to bring more people into SEEDS by educating them on the regenerative renaissance, the decentralized future and the evolution of money. We have recently hosted 2 events at our SEEDS home base here in Bali at Villa Chameleon. Villa Chameleon has generously been donated by Ronnie Potel free of charge to spread the word of the movement through these events. These are invitation only events, specifically designed with intention to only truly impact those fully in alignment with the SEEDS movement. All attendees were directly invited by Ronnie Potel, Rieki Cordon, Cece Cordon, Nikolaus Heger & Clare Laverty on the SEEDS side. Vesper Collective also reached out to their community as well. We then individually invite those in alignment to join the movement either during one on one conversations or after the event itself when a connection has been made. Currently each Seedizen personally determines the size of the gift that accompanies that invitation. Part 2 - Education: To create a collective of ecologically conscious event organisers and venue assessors that can create a framework for organising and enacting real-world changes in terms of legislation regarding the entertainment and hospitality industry in Indonesia. This will be achieved in the short term by enrolling up to 3 participants into the A Greener Festival Assessor training course. This activity would allow us to gain much-needed knowledge to further the mission we have already begun. The training and experience would be used as an initial blueprint to continue the model we are hoping to develop. Our collaboration between participants will let us learn lessons and challenges on a global scale, as well as incorporate a cross-cultural understanding of the bigger issues both environmentally, artistically and practically from an operations perspective.