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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Rejuvenate waterways and revive landscapes anywhere in the world

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Learn how to rejuvenate waterways and revive landscapes anywhere in the world with your own two hands!

There are so many positive developments happening in the field of nature based solutions, but there is also a one huge weak link. Having implemented projects across 6 continents, all around the world, it's something I see time and time again.

There are far too few people that know how to do this work. Every year there are more people aware of it, more people wanting to invest in it, and more people helping others understand the theories and concepts. But there are still so few people that can confidently and competently do the work.

People that can with their own hands, heart, and mind, revive rivers and revitalize landscapes. There are lots of people making courses, videos, podcasts, articles, newsletters about it, but still far too few guiding others through the real work - where you get dirty, covered in earth, and achieve real results on the ground for the environment. Currently I think this is the main thing holding these solutions back from scaling.

This is why we created the Water Stories Core Course, to empower you with the skills and abilities you'll need to make these kinds of transformations yourself. In our Advanced Core Course I take you through a decade of my learning and experience, in 6 months.

It has been amazing to see the results of this course. Within a year people are implementing these changes on their own landscapes, making it their full time career, and becoming powerful advocates for water.

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