Take a look at the bioregional resources below — many more to come soon, including proceedings from all the bioregional congresses.

Resources from the Continental Bioregional Congress:

Continental Bioregional Congress Blog: Visit our blog for plenty more resources and up-to-date information.

Annotated Bibliography on Bioregionalism by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg (228K PDF document) You can buy most of the books in this bibliography here, and this bibliography was vetted throughout the movement to add in many resources. If you have additional resources, please email Mirriamgoldbergc@goddard.edu.

History of the Bioregional Movement from 2000-present by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg — an article on how the Kansas Area Watershed Council fell into helping resurrect the movement and also how the movement has since developed a strong model for self-governance and sustainability.

How to Organize a Bioregional Congress (or download as .doc) — by David Haenke, one of the main founders of bioregional congresses. This complete handbook on bioregional organizing takes you through all steps of putting together a congress in your eco-home.

Bioregional Congress — Village of Life Organizing Manual — Overview and step-by-step guide created from the 1996 congress.

Other Resources:

Balancing the scales: Managing biodiversity at the bioregional level

What are the characteristics of bioregional management?
PROBEA( Proyecto Bio-regional de EducaciĆ³n Ambiental / Bioregional Environmental Education Project)
: by Greg Bloom, FronteraNorteSur Editor

Memorandum of Understanding: California’s Coordinated Regional Strategy to Conserve Biological Diversity “The Agreement on Biological Diversity”

We Belong with the Earth: An Integreative Vision from Bioregionalism, by Patrick Gibbs, June 2010

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