Pioneers Series: Regen Villages

By Rebecca Radley 14th June 2018

To counter the ever-increasing challenges of global issues like water, food and land shortages, RegenVillages have a simple fix. They’re taking a few steps back with a more community-based way of living. Some might think of it as a commune. But there’s no links to communism, or even cultism, here. Just good sense and a love for humanity and the environment. Enjoy James Ehrlich describe the “Tesla” of Ecovillages.

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