Help me learn about Biomimicry

Over the years, my work has taken on several facets, though the underlying theme of service to humanity has always been the same. The realization that the key to human sustainability is rooted in the plant world has become more obvious than ever. I am pretty resourceful, so I have been able to accomplish a fair amount toward interspecies co-creation through self-study and collaboration with other entities, but as I step into bigger projects on global levels, I find myself in need of more formal training.

My recent work with climate change, interspecies art and the effects of plant music on human healing is pushing my knowledge and experience into new frontiers. Biomimicry–learning from and then emulating nature’s forms, processes, and ecosystems to create more sustainable designs–is one of the tools I wish to master to continue my work.

Living at Damanhur is extremely rewarding, but financially we have yet to hit our full stride. This has made my desire to go back to school to add new skills difficult to tackle. Encouraged by your support, I am looking for help to take a Professional Biomimicry Training Course in October in Atlanta, Georgia. I will be coming back to the US to bring a course close to Tampa, so this will be perfect timing. For more details about the course, click here.

The amount I am asking for covers the tuition, room, board and travel to get there and back. If you have any questions or know of other ways I can finance this, please let me know. And if there is anything I can do for you, I am of service.

Fascinated by nature since her earliest memories, Tigrilla turned that passion into her vocation. As an inspirational speaker, Interspecies Researcher and Ambassador for Damanhur, she takes her expertise in high-tech, social innovation, and the arts and advocates for a greater connection to nature via plant music and communication. #natureinthecity

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