People all over the world are developing ways to live in harmony with nature and each other. They are generating renewable resources, restoring ecosystems, nurturing solidarity and building health, wholeness and resilience. They are bringing life back to damaged land and oceans, and reversing silent springs.
The Lush Spring Prize is here to support this regeneration movement through:
Find out more about the Prize, its purpose, and who is behind it.
The 2023 prizes are awarded across six categories: Intentional, Young, Established and Influence Awards, and two collaborative prizes; the Indigenous Wisdom Award (run in partnership with Be The Earth Foundation) and the Permaculture Magazine Award.
CEJUDHCAN secures indigenous land rights and promotes sustainable land management with communities on Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast, and was part of the team that led the process granting legal control of native lands to natives.
It was a winner of the Established Projects award in 2018.