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Tour Seattle Community Farm - an urban farm growing veggies for an ethnically diverse neighborhood. I love the kid's garden with See, Touch, Taste, & Mint beds.
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In what ways are you already participating in the unstoppable Sharing Economy?
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BTW: My local friends started the local recycling center which also has a thrift store...just like you were talking about: http://www.cartm.org/

I'm seeing  a lot of this spirit here in my small community on the north Oregon coast.  It is, in fact, one reason I moved here.  I garden on my friend's land and help other people find places to start gardens.  In fact, there is a lot popping here with regards to local farming and gardening and land-owners offering un-used land to be farmed in exchange for a share of veggies/fruit/meat/eggs.  Also, we have a local email list where we can access free/cheap resources, rides back and forth to portland, jobs, rentals, etc.  I seldom have to purchase any clothing, furniture, pots and pans or garden supplies new anymore.  Why do that when I can get it free/cheap? 

Here's a link to something brand new in our community: http://nvft.org/
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It's easy & fun to make sauerkraut & fermented foods. Demo by the authors of Fermented Vegetables. 
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Rewilder Miles Olson takes you deeper - into Earth Skills and fresh thinking - in part 2. 
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This courageous guy chose to live on the bare edge of civilization. Could you, would you live like him?
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Pre- stroke it would not have been difficult at all, but would be more of  a chore  post stroke however one does what they need to survive. Personally I'm in no hurry to do so voluntarily.  I don't feel the need of the mental "detox".
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How do you get the most produce for the least possible labor? And in a small plot? Carol Deppe reveals an effortless way to grow tons of healthy greens. 
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I'm looking for a Vangelis excerpt that has the exultant, transcendent, triumphant feeling at the end of Chariots of Fire. It has to be something less well known than that....Anybody have any suggestions? (I need about 2 minutes for a video soundtrack). Sure appreciate ideas! ~Janaia
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+peakmoment I have awesome one for you.
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A lively show-and-tell of what to pack for any emergency - plus advice!
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If the ad prior to this show is for NO on 92 in Oregon -- THEY LIE! I support YES on 92 -- to label GMO foods (genetically modified). Poople deserve to know they're eating food that's been tampered with. 
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You've uncovered the process whereby the commons (forests, rivers, oceans, pastureland, etc.) were bit by bit enclosed esp. in Europe (see The Enclosure Movement). It's a move to privatize - first by the aristocracy, then by nation-states, and now by governments who are doing the bidding of the corporations. It's ecological biocide to consider them only as resources, to high-grade the merchantable trees and destroy the integrity of the ecosystem. And that's what increasing population, consumption and a growth-based economy require. Sadly, we devastate the ecosystem at great cost to other species and ourselves.
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Interesting. I think networkism is making us look at the ownership of resources differently. Mainly because our idea of what it is to be an individual is changing. 
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This was the most fun for Janaia of any show we've done! Pauline brings out a side of her you haven't yet seen...
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An online video series highlighting people creating resilient communities for a more sustainable, lower-resource future.
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