Those involved or interested in our pilot project on Euclid Street, whether as master, apprentice, earthworm or worker bee. Keep up-to-date and in touch with everyone else who's part of this fragrant and fruitful growth.
For our first Tuesday of the month, we will be Planning for Action. This meeting will focus on two major projects that Ecolocity is working on - Training for Transition (T4T) and gardening/local food workshops supported by a Washington Parks and People grant. At the meeting, we will talk about how to plan these events, including logistics, marketing, publicity and more! Come help us spread the word on sustainability and ready our community for transition to a just, petroleum-independent society.
Among the key steps to embarking on a transition journey is the following: #8. Facilitate the Great Reskilling. Let's start building our peak oil resumes by expanding our palates towards the super-local, self-cultivating and undervalued foods we know as "weeds". On this Herban Foraging Walk we'll go through the neighborhood around ECAC and identify some some nutritious edibles such as purslane, dandelions, lily, marigolds, lamb's quarters, mint, sourgrass and much more. We'll talk, pick and eat…See More
What skills or experience would you share? We need architects, artists, planners, scholars, farmers, web wizards, fundraisers, vintners, vegan chefs, grant writers, carpenters, beekeepers, scientists, dreamers, lobbyists - you get the idea ...
My internship is with Arena Stage in Development. I will be learning more about grant proposal writing and would be happy to share this skill. I am also a gardener and artist.
What would you like to offer?
What are your areas of interest?
clean energy, green business, natural building, organic food, recycling, urban farming, urban renewal, wellness, zero carbon
What level of commitment to an intentional community would you consider at this point?
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