Sow & Grow Regenerative
Welcome Fellow Regenerative Practitioners,
What kind of world do you want to create?
This is a question that is probably the most important question we can all ask ourselves right now.
Do you want to create a world that is healthy, abundant, equal, empowering where we can all express ourselves freely?
Then you are in the right place.
John Metcalf, is a Permaculture Designer, Regenerative Soil Consultant, Land Steward, Climate Observer, Teacher & Student of Nature.
Studying to deepen his knowledge of life from the microcosm to the macrocosm, for the past 14 years has been researching a broad spectrum of disciplines to understand the patterns and cycles within the natural world; including ancient civilizations, astrology, electric universe theory, geology, natural climate variability, soil biology, philosophy and psychology.
Gaining his ‘Advanced Permaculture Design Certificate’ (APDC) with Matt Powers, who is one the leading permaculture and regenerative soil teachers in the world. Having just completed the course ‘Regenerative Soil’, to deepen his understanding of microcosmic world of microbes and the fundamental role they have in the soil and our bodies. This has given him the experience of diving deep into the biological, chemical, electrical and physical aspects of the soil and how they form a cohesive relationship.
He also has many years experience in writing and delivering workshops, public speaking and mentoring people to create a regenerative and holistic lifestyle.
His mission is to empower individuals and groups to create their own path of self-resilience, food sovereignty & freedom and community cohesion through the understanding of how we shift our perspective from linear thinking the cyclical thinking or creating a Regenerative Mindset. From Scarcity to Abundance.
Regenerative and Permaculture principles lay out very clearly how the holistic ecosystem over time is climatically resilient, economically profitable and promotes health and abundance for all living individual and collective organisms.