Our mission is to establish nature and natural systems as an important resource for education and innovation in New England.
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Attending a Biomimicry New England event is the best way to explore the biomimicry opportunities around you. We offer innovative lectures, courses, and workshops.
Upcoming Biomimicry New England Events
Lectures and tours of two new Living Buildings followed by panel discussion on bioinspired planning. 9:30am to 4pm.
The program will include a lecture and tour of the Hitchcock Center by architect Sam Batchelor of designLAB architects. Jason Jewett of Bruner/Cott will discuss the design of Kern Center at Hampshire College and lead a tour of that building. This will be followed by a panel discussion about biomimicry and urban planning.
Panelists will include: Josh stack, Counselor at law & Resilience; Jim Newman, Linnean Solutions and Elisha Long, CV Properties & Biomimicry Professional. Moderator, Peter Lawrence, Biomimicry New England.
Lunch will be available at the Kern Kafe in the Kern Center. Parking is available at both locations.
Want to learn how to build a resilient world while paddling through a salt marsh and walking through a forest?
In this 4-day course, we’ll explore the foundations and practice using the tools of Biomimicry to solve resilience challenges. Your instructors will guide your discovery of life’s amazing strategies in local ecosystems and how these strategies can inspire solutions to human challenges. This course is designed for students and professionals who want to learn the core principles and practices of Biomimicry and how they relate to resilience.