Collaborations & Initiatives

Our growing intergenerational team continues to listen for new expressions of Beyond Boundaries. Together we are a kind of response team for our times, responding to invitations and calls for support from a growing global community of highly dedicated people and places working for a regenerative future.

These are opportunities to build alliances beyond boundaries, beyond culture, beyond our personal and organizational borders, alliances that foster intergenerational, cross-cultural collaboration in care for people, place and planet. BB projects are collaborative and involve diverse partnerships.

In 2012, we responded to calls from Tamera (Portugal), Findhorn (Scotland), International Peace Initiatives (Kenya), and Grandmother Margaret Behan of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers (Montana).

In 2013 and into 2014, we helped in the realization of the New Story Summit (Findhorn), The Bioneers Conference, the Tamera community’s Water Summit and Global Love School, the dreaming of a new Walking Water pilgrimage, which will begin September, 2015 in California, down through the Owens Valley to LA, the continued building of earth lodges and peace huts in Kenya, trainings in Council and Rites of Passage, an annual quest for activists, environmental leaders, and change agents, and consulting the development of a new youth program in Greece called SOAR… School for All Relations. Each of these collaborations has born fruit and the work continues into 2015.

 

What is the difference between Collaborations & Initiatives for BB?

Collaborations include one or more Beyond Boundarians as primary players. These are either by invitation from the organizing group or are initiated by a Beyond Boundarian member. Click on the links below to find out more about our collaborations.

Initiatives fall under the fiscal sponsorship of the Biosphere Foundation and are initiated by Beyond Boundaries. They often have co-sponsors as most all Beyond Boundary projects do. Click on the links below to find out more about our initiatives.

Our Collaborations

Many carriers are remembering, reawakening and teaching ways of working and being and thinking like a circle. The Global Council Web working group recognizes this and is convening to help make this more visible and strengthen efforts across boundaries... More about Global Council Web soon!

Nature of Council is a five to eight day course for those who want to learn council as well as share the practice with others. This course focuses on the universal natural roots of council.... Read More >

The Healing Biotope 1 Tamera in southern Portugal is an international training and experimental site for the development of peace research villages and healing biotopes worldwide. Since the pilgrimage in 2009-2010, BB and Tamera have maintained steady cooperation... Read More >

 

Three Creeks is a small oasis in the Eastern Sierra – a sanctuary, a home, a place to mark transitions, to strengthen one’s care and commitment through quest, council, retreat and service... Read More >

The Weaving Earth Center for Relational Education fosters reciprocal relationships and cultivates the healthy development of people, communities and ecosystems through nature-based programs & services.... Read More >

Our Initiatives

Beginning June 2009, a small group of 8 leaders of different ages and backgrounds began a year-long journey around the world, traveling together to centers of regenerative culture to bear witness, and offer and learn best practices for our times... Read More >

Round council houses are ideal venues for calling a circle, deepening communication and nurturing a sense of community. The Council Hut Initiative supports people and places ready for... Read More >

WW is an invitation, an action, an educational journey and a prayer for the waters. Phase I Mono Lake to Owens Lake, September 1-22, 2015, will take place in Eastern California.... Read More >

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