Eden Regenerative Design (ERD) aims to help clients move towards developing a healthy, balanced working relationship with their internal and external environments. This is achieved through a deepening understanding of the relationship between our internal biochemistry, our humanness, and the biochemistry inherent to our natural surroundings. By first recognizing the deep patterns inherent in Nature we can begin the process of designing systems that support internal (biohacking) and external ecosystems (permaculture) resulting in regenerative human health and habitation. This approach involves a collaborative effort between the client, ERD and a number of talented contractors, consultants and artisans that encompass a wide range of specific skill sets.
Tim DeLorey, Ph.D., Regenerative Designer Tim is a highly published research scientist with a keen interest in exploring the "Natural Intelligence" expressed within the workings of the human "being" as well as through one's relationship with the Nature. Tim has been highly involved in permaculture for the past six years and is regularly involved in designing permaculture initiatives. He is also a longtime member of theTransition Town Initiative in Joshua Tree (TJT). His current research interests range from the design of drylands permaculture systems to exploring soil building strategies, water harvesting methodologies, building with earthen materials, assessing nutritional densities of native desert plants and readdressing the concepts of what it means to be truly healthy (biohacking). Through consultations, lecturing, workshops facilitation and publications, he is contributing his unique perspective to fostering a transition towards a more balanced way of being.
Eden Regenerative Design (ERD) exists to foster transformational regenerative life-scaping via lectures, workshops, consultations, experiential travel, publications and full scale environment design and implementation. Regenerative life-scaping exists as a continuum, extending from the body internal (Biohacking), to ones external environment (permaculture), to ones interconnectivity with the larger community at large (Transition Town initiatives, experiential travel, grassroots community involvement, etc.). ERD consults with companies, universities, institutes and non-profits as well as one-on-one with individuals interested in achieving deep optimal health or developing a health promoting permaculture design of ones own habitat.