What Rerooting the Future Can Offer You
Individual: Rerooting the Future will from time to time have foraging or workshop events that anyone is welcome to attend. Keep an eye on the website for upcoming events or sign up for an email alert when events become public. Over on the blog, Zaneta writes about foraging, low waste living, fermented foods, thoughts on all sorts of topics and recipes.
Corporate: We offer fun, compelling experiences to the employees of our corporate clients. Experiences that would help with team building while at the same time allowing the occasion to learn some interesting, useful skills. We specialise in providing workshops to small group sizes, this way we can fully ensure that no one is left behind. Team building events are built into the chosen workshop through collaborative problem solving or collective decision making. We also provide relaxing, yet active team building retreats on beautiful, mysterious Lambay Island (think foraging, collaborative cooking, mixology, crafting) and foraging events for larger groups or corporate social clubs.
Community group: If your community group is looking for a speaker to talk and create discussion about recycling, upcycling and waste reduction, do get in touch. We can provide your community group with a plan on how to make your community greener and disseminate these ideas to the wider community through local activism. We also offer foraging walks and crafts workshops.
School: With a very keen understanding that today’s young people represent the future of our species and the fate of our planet, we have developed a number of workshops. These have been designed to equip secondary school children with some of the skills needed in order to live well, responsibly and on a budget when they leave school. Low waste cooking, small budget meal planning and basic clothes repair are all skills that save money and reduce our resource use without compromising on their quality of life. All of these workshops are designed to get participants to think about their relationship to stuff and to introduce students to the politics of stuff.