SORRY FULLY BOOKED. Ever wondered how some inventors come up with the stuff they do? For example, did you know that Velcro was inspired by sticky grass hooks or that new ways of repairing underground pipes was inspired by the way shells form underwater? This is Biomimicry. Solve your challenges by drawing on creative inspiration from nature.
Biomimicry walks are going on all over the world, they are an important source of inspiration and we are pleased to offer such a walk this year.
Our guide, Rosie Walford, through her company The Big Stretch, has been teaching creative problem solving and leading creative journeys in the wilderness, for 12 years, worldwide.
If you arrive on this walk with a question that needs some original perspectives, Rosie will open up all your senses, inviting you to scrutinise the trail’s varied bush, beaches, cliffs and vineyards in new ways. You will be using the language of biology and the design principles of nature as analogies. Applying those principles back to thorny individual problems as you walk, innovative lateral ideas will suddenly occur.
Date and Start Time: Friday 2 November, 10.30am
Duration: 3 hours
Start Location: Rocky Bay bus stop
Ferry: 9am, take regular bus to Rocky Bay
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