Danielle Gennety – Re-Inhabiting the Village: Co-Creating our Future

What is the Culture of the Modern Village and how are we creating a Global Village? As we become increasingly aware of our interconnection on this one shared home called Earth, there is a compelling call to find our common threads and become the stewards for our collective future.
By sharing principals that include Thinking Global, Acting Local practices, regional resilience, appropriate technology, cultural literacy, holistic health, living economy and more, the call is to empower engagement and participation in direct action at personal, interpersonal, and local community levels while considering our place in the greater web of life. Whether on a Land Stewardship project, or in an Urban environment, together we will explore the intersection of ancient wisdom and modern innovation to foster holistic solutions in our communities.
Danielle Gennety is the CEO and Custodian of Our Sacred Acres (OSA), a community impact and outreach
center in Snohomish, WA since 2009, and Founder of the nonĀ­profit permaculture education project by the
same name in 2014. She is a land stewardship educator, project director, team facilitator, community
organizer, and nodal network ambassador in service to the earth and its inhabitants.
Danielle transformed her professional IT career in 2012 into one of social and environmental engineering,
focused on building sustainable village units that value ethical preservation and human responsibility for

She is the Community Relations Director for DreamDance Global, serves on the Board of Trustees for the Wilderness Awareness School, and has partnered OSA with the Bloom Network, Tribal Convergence, ActionDays.us, and NuMundo as a leader in the bridging of festival culture and permaculture.

Current project is the roll-out and launch of DreamGeneration, a map making and match making system for relationship management across all these networks.

Her professional experience in whole systems design, information technology management, and
computer networking translates into developing innovative and intelligent social systems that leverage local
community action as an instrument for global change.