President of the Board of Regen Foundation
Will has spent the last decade at the intersection of regenerative agriculture and alternative economics. In 2010 he served as a Founding Steering Committee Member of PVGrows – a network focused on provisioning local food system infrastructure in Western Massachusetts. In 2017, he cofounded Regen Network, which aligns economics with ecology to drive regenerative land management. He is especially interested in commoning, gift economics, and land reparations.
“r3.0 is the premier forum for discourse and research on the nestedness of living systems; its frameworks enable nuanced understanding of how an entity relates with its environment, a foundational capability in the 21st century.”