These resources provide a good foundation for the “what, why, and how” of biomimicry. But, before you go down a rabbit hole of links, we want to remind you to go outside, too! Biomimicry offers a whole new way of seeing the world around you.
It is also helpful to connect with colleagues and others who are teaching and practicing biomimicry. Here are a few great place to start:
If you are a teacher, join the Biomimicry Education Network right here on AskNature.
Connect with biomimics in your neighborhood through the Global Biomimicry Newtork. Find a network or get information about starting your own on the Biomimicry Institute website.
LinkedIn Groups can also be a way to meet colleagues and follow discussions about biomimicry. Here are a few of the most active ones.Edit Summary