Let’s join forces in “ReInhabiting the Village: Co-Creating Our Future”
posted by Cynthia Robinson on December 9th, 2014
Our friends at the Tribal Convergence Network are initiating a very worthy and needed project called “ReInhabiting the Village: Co-Creating Our Future” which will include a book and online resource directory which are essentially a LIVING LIBRARY of information and resources about projects, organizations, and people who are working every day for a healthy people and a healthy planet.
After years of building a network of allies through festivals, leadership summits, collaborative projects, and community development there exists a rich body of materials, models, best practices, approaches, and templates to holistic living and community vitality. This information has been documented, practiced and now is ready to be shared to support other communities to flourish from the experience and insight of their contributing authors.
At this time they are in the last 4 days of a crowd funding campaign to raise the resources to make this project a reality and are so close to meeting their goal. Please consider offering a small or large donation and sharing the campaign with you network. This will be a valuable resource for all of us dedicating our hearts to a harmonious and healthy world.
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There are also a number of partnership opportunities for those who are interested to be more involved. Details can be found in the Sponsorship Deck Here >>
Besides donations the “ReInhabiting the Village” project is collecting information, resources, projects, and organizations to feature in the Resource Directory which will launch in May of 2015. This guide is intended to provide an easy and accessible way to learn more about subjects that are important to you and to find organizations, projects and services designed for holistic living. The guide will be filtered by categories based on the themes of the book. If you have a resource you would like included in the resource guide please feel free share!
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It takes a community to ReInhabit the Village.