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The Story of the Clouds and the Forests

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There’s a story one often hears in conversations about systemic transformation that goes like this… We are headed in the wrong direction and there’s very...

Transform Your Practice: A Community Engagement Card Deck

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Many organizations and agencies are waking up to the critical nature of community engagement to the sustainability, relevance and effectiveness of their efforts. But...

Living Connected to Place and Why It Matters Now

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This article is part of Profiles in Living Connected to Place, a new series by Matt Biggar, Ph.D., that portrays individuals living connected to...

Why Social Coops Offer Potential Transformation of Care & More

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Last week, the Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center (RMEOC), Shareable, and a growing list of partners launched the first session of the Social Cooperative...

Cities Facing Climate Emergencies Need All Hands on Deck

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Most people, in thinking about the most dramatic impacts of climate change, imagine the damage that will be wrought on rural and coastal areas....

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“Walking Each Other Home”

On October 26 2023, Amy Howton spoke with Parker Palmer and Peter Block. This event was produced in partnership with Designed Learning, Abundant Community, Faith Matters Network and Common Change. These conversations happen on Zoom and they always contain poetry, small groups and an exploration of a particular theme.

 

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