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Cultivate Regenerative Principles within your business to meet government mandates and tap into an emerging $17 Trillion market.

Identify opportunities for increased sustainability and Circular Economies in your organization, supply chain and income streams.

For bio-based architectural startups,  share your story and receive resources to launch and scale your products.

3 ways to work together

Cultivate Regenerative Principles within your business to meet government mandates and tap into an emerging $17 Trillion market.

Identify opportunities for increased sustainability and Circular Economies in your organization, supply chain and income streams.

For bio-based and regenerative architectural startups,  share your story and receive resources to launch and scale your products.

“Climate Change is the biggest opportunity for evolution because it involves all of us.


Honoring all life on Earth is the path forward.”

Stacey Murphy

What People Are Saying…

“Spending time with Stacey is like having your jumper cables connected to love, she recalibrates me. I’m in touch with more love when I’m around her.”
John Robinson
Founder, Backup CEO

“She is not waiting around for the mainstream institutions of the world to solve our problems for us!”
Elizabeth Thompson
Director, Buckminster Fuller Institute

“I feel like I have a secret weapon on my team, Stacey is a business ninja in my back pocket.”
Lee Jagger
CEO, Rock the Bedroom

“Nature is the Original Open-Source Tech”
– Stacey Murphy

About Stacey

Stacey Murphy is an award winning serial entrepreneur, impact investor, architect, engineer and the Founder of Dreaming Earth, an architectural venture capital studio with the Earthshot of growing buildings by 2030.

Stacey incubates startups focused on Regenerative Materials and systems in architecture and construction innovation. Her mission is to accelerate the building blocks of BioCentric Cities.

Her experience starting BK Farmyards, a decentralized urban farming network in Brooklyn, led her to consult corporations in Regenerative Design Thinking to improve efficiencies.

Stacey has been featured in Fast Company, New York Magazine, New York Times, BBC, Good, Martha Stewart Radio, David Letterman, PBS and two TEDx talks on the future of food.