Mt. San Jacinto College Earth Day Event – Regenerative Systems Information Session


MURRIETA – Join Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) on Earth Day, April 22nd, at Primal Pastures in Murrieta for a hands-on introduction to Regenerative Systems led by two MSJC associate faculty members, Chef Leah Di Bernardo and regenerative viticulturist Greg Pennyroyal. They will share the power of regenerative systems, from the farm to the plate to the glass, and beyond. 

Through an insightful discussion and hands-on tour of regenerative farming in action, you will learn how to apply regenerative principles across industries as we explore the interconnectedness of health, community, and economy. We will introduce our upcoming fall course series, the eagerly anticipated start to regenerative systems education at MSJC, a cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary transformation in learning, earning, and living in our wonderful community.

The information session will be held 4 – 6 p.m. on Monday, April 22 in celebration of Earth Day. The session is free and open to the public. Seats are limited to 100. To save your seat for this exciting opportunity, RSVP today.

During this one-of-a-kind educational experience, participants will receive a guided tour from innovative local industry experts to learn more about the concepts of regenerative farming practices and whole systems thinking, an approach to understanding how systems are related and influence each other. 

Paul Greive, a former Marine Corps intelligence officer and UCLA alumnus, will welcome guests and share information about Primal Pastures, the family farm that uses regenerative practices. 

Participants in this session will have the opportunity to be the first to sign up for a new Regenerative Systems class scheduled this fall offered by MSJC Contract & Community Education at MSJC’s Temecula Valley Campus. 

The six-week course will take students on a journey to:

  • Explore regenerative agriculture and its role in building a sustainable future
  • Elevate their understanding of regenerative practices with a specialized class that fuses theory from MIT’s Otto Scharmer with practical on-farm techniques
  • Expand students’ network by building a community of like-minded individuals and professionals

If you are seeking purpose-driven learning to make a tangible difference in your community, want insider insights from innovative industry leaders at the forefront of sustainable agriculture, have a desire to understand the environmental, social, and economic benefits of regenerative practices and how they contribute to a healthier ecosystem and community, and want to become part of a community passionate about driving positive change, then join us. Register today before seats fill!

TIME: 4 – 6 p.m.

DATE:  Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2024

PLACE:  Primal Pastures, 25391 Washington Ave, Murrieta, CA 92562

For more information:  [email protected]


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