Win Money for Regeneration Projects: LUSH Spring Prize

Permaculture magazine
Tuesday, 31st October 2017

The LUSH Spring Prize is back for 2018, with £200,00- to give away to 11 social or environmental regeneration projects across the globe. You can enter your project or group.

The LUSH Spring Prize is back for 2018, and your project could be one of the winners.

Are you, or an organisation you’re involved with, trying to work in harmony with nature to revive damaged social and natural environments? Could your work benefit from some extra money or support? Do you want to share what you are doing with similar organisations around the world?

To celebrate social and environmental regeneration, LUSH and Ethical Consumer have set up this prize of four categories, to support global projects in their impactful work.

The £200,000 prize fund is shared across four categories, but the event also brings projects and people together to share their skills, experiences and to raise awareness of regenerations potential.

The four categories are:

* Intentional projects - for ideas and projects up to 1 year old.
There are four prizes of £10,000.

* Young projects - Projects between 1 and 5 years old.
There are three prizes of £20,000 each.

* Established projects - For groups and projects over 5 years old.
There are two prizes, each for £25,000.

* Influence award - for organisations or groups influencing policy.
There are two prizes, each for £25,000.

The winners from 2017 can be found here: www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/11-regeneration-projects-around-world

Last year's judges included; Andy Goldring from the UK Permaculture Association; Pandora Thomas, founder of the Black Permaculture Network; and Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl, an international consultant and educator in regenerative development.

The deadline for entries is December 10th 2017, 23:59 GMT. You can enter for one of the four categories here: http://springprize.org/

Useful links

Regeneration projects

Regenerative ecovillage solutions for Bonn Climate Summit

Designing regenerative cultures - Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl

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